The Los Angeles Police Department is pursuing a search warrant to identify who leaked a racist audio recording between city council members and a powerful labor leader on Reddit.
Colorado Gov. Jared Polis visited the shooting site of Club Q on Tuesday. Polis also visited Richard Fierro, the veteran who tackled the mass shooter.
A security measure that was placed on Oregon Sen. Brian Boquist who made threatening statements was rescinded by state lawmakers. Boquist said the measure violated the First Amendment.
Wisconsin Republican Tim Michels claimed former President Donald Trump refused to campaign for him out of certainty that Michels would defeat Gov. Tony Evers. Instead, he lost by 3.4%.
The Tennessee governor has set election dates to replace deceased state Rep. Barbara Cooper. The date for the primary election will be Jan. 24 and the general election will be March 14.
State Rep. Pam Stevenson filed paperwork to enter the race for Kentucky’s chief law enforcement officer. She vowed to focus on battling the opioid epidemic and managing extreme laws.
Democratic New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced that she had tested positive for COVID-19 for the second time Thursday and forewent Thanksgiving festivities.
The Georgia Supreme Court on Wednesday temporarily reinstated the state’s law that allows abortion up to six weeks of pregnancy while the court considers an appeal in the case.
Wisconsin Sen. Alberta Darling announced that she is retiring from the state Legislature. Her departure means Republicans are one seat short of a two-thirds supermajority in the Senate.
The Ohio Supreme Court has sided with Gov. Mike DeWine in dismissing a lawsuit questioning his authority to withdraw Ohio from participating in a pandemic unemployment benefit program.