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Connecticut passed tougher laws; Arizona moved to ease them.
A system to keep guns from the mentally ill doesn’t always get the information it needs
Some Democrats worried announcements about rate increases could doom the party’s hopes of maintaining control of the Senate.
The judge ruled that pot consumers and sellers must continue to pay taxes, even if it puts them at risk of federal prosecution.
A federal appeals court ruled against a group of Socialists in Michigan this week, rejecting claims that the state’s election laws discriminated against new parties.
The state stands to earn millions in extraction taxes, but environmentalists are skeptical.
A judge ruled state schools can go ahead with implementation of standardization program.
Louisiana will likely face another billion-dollar budget gap next year, which could bruise Gov. Bobby Jindal’s chances for the White House in 2016.