Democratic Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly called for Republican officials to stop “distracting” themselves with “wedge issues” in public education.
The New York legislature passed a constitutional amendment enshrining anti-discrimination rules for abortion and gender identity into law.
Dane County, Wisconsin, Circuit Judge Nia Trammell is hearing a case concerning how much of a witness’s address needs to be visible on an absentee ballot in order for it to be considered valid.
Republicans in the Maine Legislature said Tuesday that they will propose several legal changes to stem surging heating costs in the state.
New York’s Legislature is expected to approve an expansion of its constitution’s Equal Protection Amendment, which would enshrine abortion and gender identity into the document.
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem and state Attorney General Marty Jackley, both Republicans, have announced that they will prosecute pharmacists providing abortion-inducing drugs.
Gov. Dunleavy said he wants to work with lawmakers to make Alaska the most pro-life state in the country by working on policies focused on affordable living and supporting families.
Nevada Gov. Joe Lombardo proposed new initiatives including education investment and raising state employee pay all while cutting business taxes and suspending gas tax.
Oregon is preparing to launch an abortion hotline to provide free legal advice to callers from any state following the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
The Minnesota House voted to approve a bill that would extend unemployment benefits for laid-off mine workers. The bill will go into effect once Gov. Tim Walz signs off on it.