Utah voters will decide on election day whether to increase the amount of money the state Legislature can spend during an emergency special session.
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Colorado House Minority Leader Hugh McKean, R-Loveland, passed away suddenly Sunday, House Republicans announced in a statement.
As fertilizer shortages continue to mount in other parts of the world, and fertilizer prices are skyrocketing in the U.S., Texas Tech researchers are working on a solution through a new center that launched last week.
California truck drivers and environmental groups presented their concerns about a proposal under consideration by state air regulators to phase out the sale of medium and heavy-duty gas-powered vehicles within the next 20 years.
Oklahoma went from a budget deficit of $2.4 billion to a surplus of over $5 billion in one year.
Pima County officials violated Arizona state law by giving a company a multi-million dollar subsidy, an Arizona appellate court ruled this week.
Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon is welcoming news of higher-than-expected state revenues, but he says it is "not cause for excessive celebration."
Utah Governor Spencer Cox said he wants to connect Utah through a system of trails funded by the state.
A U.S. District Court judge Friday denied a motion from the federal government to limit the scope of a lawsuit filed by North Dakota over security costs at the Dakota Access Pipeline.
An audit of North Dakota's election system found a very low risk for voter fraud.