Twenty years ago, the marijuana business was entirely underground. Now it's maturing into a multi-million dollar professional industry.
State legislatures passed more than 40,000 new laws in 2013, the bulk of which go into effect Jan. 1. We’ll spend this week taking a look at some of the new laws hitting the books this week, courtesy of an annual list published by our friends at the National Conference of State Legislatures. Here’s a […]
Governor says disclosing school spending would show not all school districts receive the same resources.
States are increasingly turning to natural gas and hybrid cars to save on gas prices.
A push for another recall has forced a state senator to resign.
The change over time is drastic, as shown by this government animation.
But the nation is still far from enjoying a full jobs recovery.
Industry groups and environmentalists cheered the proposed rules, which could lead to cleaner air.
Democrats and Republicans split the 2013 gubernatorial races. Now it’s on to 2014, where Republicans are playing a lot of defense.
Supporters and opponents of ballot initiatives spent more than $1 billion in just 18 months.