Video: In Washington for a National Governors Association conference, a bipartisan group of governors warned that the federal government must be mindful of states as the budget debate continues.
By Rosalind S. Helderman, Saturday, February 23, 2:37 PM
Meeting in Washington for the winter meeting of the National Governors Association, state chief executives from both parties expressed deepening concern about the mindlessness of the $85 billion budget cut, which will be split between military and domestic programs but will otherwise offer an equal whack to every affected government program. They asked to be allowed more discretion in how spending cuts are implemented. Continue reading “Governors express frustration with Washington gridlock, sequestration”