Tuesday marks a crucial deadline as the legislature hits the midpoint of its 60-day session.
A group of tea party conservatives wants to end Michigan's full-time legislature.
Some studies show cursive may be good for brain development.
The start of the session may be a month and a half away, but secrecy is already on the agenda.
The effort is described as the largest restructuring of the state government in 20 years.
There are three things you have to know in order to understand this political insider's joke from Alaska.
The Oregonian reports on "an exodus of Republican lawmakers leaving at the end of next year."
The $2 billion dip in revenues is the result of new oil tax cuts as well as dropping prices and production.
The vote comes just two weeks after the historic beginning of legal sales in Colorado.
Billions of gallons of public water are at stake.