A study of federal relief spending details how significant of an impact the first deployment of American Rescue Plan (ARP) funds will be for Wyoming.
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A new law that goes into effect September 1 will make Texas the first state to punish sex buyers with a felony.
The chairs of the Pennsylvania Senate Judiciary Committee will introduce a bill that requires the state to write down and enforce non-prosecution agreements reached during criminal investigations.
President Joe Biden announced a new targeted approach to the national COVID-19 vaccination effort after coming up short on his previous vaccination goal for July 4.
The majority of all U.S. counties have been designated as Second Amendment sanctuaries.
Twenty-one states are asking the United States Supreme Court to provide clarity on Second Amendment rights.
As Wyoming gears up for another summer of increased visitation, tourism-reliant businesses are still struggling to find enough workers to operate fully.
Oklahoma's beer industry was a robust economic contributor to the state during the pandemic, bringing in $2.9 billion even though nationally the industry suffered in 2020.
Colorado businesses remain confident in their performance outlook, according to the most Leeds Business Confidence Index.
Wyoming's state parks and historic sites will receive $6.5 million in lingering CARES Act funds to help meet capacity demands as the state prepares for another busier than usual season.