Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron has launched Operation Fight Fentanyl to combat the opioid epidemic after the state recorded thousands of overdose deaths last year.
Democratic Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear announced Thursday that expanded Medicaid coverage which some residents qualified for during the COVID-19 pandemic would soon expire.
A bill rapidly advancing through the Minnesota Legislature would mandate generation of 100% carbon-free electricity by utility companies by 2040.
A panel of voting experts and appointees of several political parties will be consulted in the rewriting of poll watcher guidelines in Wisconsin.
Federal authorities seized former Michigan House Speaker Rick Johnson’s phone in an investigation into Johnson and his wife’s finances.
A South Carolina bill that will aid in shielding the identities of death penalty drugmakers has advanced. The full Senate is currently investigating capital punishment methods.
A Civil Rights Commission advisory panel ruled Thursday that Connecticut needs to employ certain safeguards on artificial intelligence technology used by the state.
Republican Oklahoma Attorney General Gentner Drummond issued a letter of apology to former state Digital Transformation Secretary David Ostrowe for a previous indictment.
Kentucky lawmakers are pressing for changes in the juvenile justice system. The group of lawmakers wants someone outside of the system to address the growing problem of violence.
Wisconsin officials found only six errors — all caused by humans — in a hand-count audit of 222,075 ballots, according to a report approved Thursday.