Residents of Virginia and Arkansas may be getting carded at places other than nightclubs come 2014.
As the Supreme Court mulls gay marriage, states tackle a different question: which bathrooms should transgender citizens use?
Putting money on elections used to be a popular pastime in America. One Silver State lawmaker says it’s time for history to repeat itself.
Arthur Laffer’s supply-side magic hits Kansas, Oklahoma, and Missouri, forcing a legislative limbo to see which state’s income tax rate can drop the lowest.
And now, the latest rundown of some of the more unusual bills that state lawmakers currently have on their dockets.
Here’s an outcome the producers of the movie Lincoln probably never expected: it indirectly led to the official ratification of the 13th amendment to ban slavery in Mississippi.
From Nevada to Florida, here are some of the more original bills that state lawmakers currently have on their dockets.
From Idaho to Indiana, here are some of the more unusual bills that state lawmakers currently have on their dockets.
Gov. Perry buys radio ad time to poach jobs from California. Is his desire for short-term growth a risk to the state and country’s future?
Sometimes there’s just no substitute for a man. States have moved toward using gender-neutral language, but revisers have found that certain words aren’t so easily replaced
A selection of some of the more unusual and divisive bills on state dockets. This week: decreeing college football games by law, gun safety for first graders and regulating drones.
Squeezy the Pension Python has its grip around the Land of Lincoln.
Steven Crowder didn’t instigate the punch or return it. But he got what he wanted: evidence for the widespread conservative caricature that union members are thugs.