A new report shows that 32 bills addressing mandatory minimum sentences have passed within the past 5 years alone
Inside the debut of the world’s first retail marijuana market
Varying maiden and marriage names on crucial documents, and documents showing genders different to that presented, could cause problems for many voters at the polls
Does the Democratic star stand a chance in Red Texas?
Democrat became star for filibuster of antiabortion bill
Against some doctors’ recommendations, the state may soon cease notifying the parents of extremely overweight children
After a failed attempt at clearing the voting roll of noncitizens in 2012, can Florida present evidence that this is a problem before the 2014 election?
Barack Obama’s decisive electoral victory over a moderate Republican in 2012 has yet to transfer into many lasting gains in statehouses around the country. In fact, the President’s success last year may be coming back to hurt …
The state Obama famously captured from Republicans in 2008 is about to enact a flurry of conservative laws.
Two states have passed digital-asset bills, and more are coming.
Almost every Monday since late April, hundreds of protestors have gathered in Raleigh to oppose the state’s budget cuts to unemployment benefits, healthcare funding, education, and other social benefits.
Watching Gov. Rick Perry pitch the wonders of Texas to an audience is a little like sitting in the front row of a ’50s Broadway musical…
Should your boss ever have access to your Facebook page? What about a prospective boss? Or your school administrator? Lawmakers in more than 30 states have considered those questions this session.