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.
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.
The Joint Colorado Independent Redistricting Commissions will hold public hearings [in/on region] on the preliminary maps for the state's eight congressional districts, as well as the 65 state house and 35 senate districts.
Colorado residents will have the opportunity to testify about their communities and communicate directly with the Colorado Independent Redistricting Commissions. Both commissions will convene jointly at each location to take testimony both in-person and remotely.
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.
The Supreme Court tossed out a California law requiring nonprofits to report their major donors to state officials.
Arizona may keep two voting laws that Republicans say protect election integrity and Democrats believe will make it harder for some residents to cast ballots.
Two bills that would change the way inheritances are taxed have been introduced in the U.S. Senate, and they have farmers in New Mexico and nationwide worried.
A Colorado farmer is challenging the legality of President Joe Biden's COVID-19 farm sector relief program, alleging in a lawsuit it's discriminatory against white farmers.