More than 700 new laws went live Wednesday, some of them quirky, some of them consequential.
A look at how the 14 states have responded to Friday's Supreme Court ruling.
The Supreme Court issued a historic ruling on Friday.
Every state saw Internet capacity grow during the first quarter of the year, with half the states posting double-digit gains.
A study of products on sale in two states finds that three in five under-deliver when it comes to how much marijuana they promise.
Dylann Roof, the man accused of a shooting spree that left nine people dead at a historic black church in Charleston Wednesday night, should not have been able to get a gun.
Texas may decline to offer specialty plates featuring the Confederate flag, the court ruled. But such plates are available in at least nine other states.
Drugs are now the leading cause of injury deaths nationwide and are behind more deaths than vehicles are in 36 states.
The so-called "Death Star" bill would strip local governments of nearly all power to regulate employers.