A plan approved by Iowa Legislatures will allow students to use public money to pay tuition for private schools. Democrats argued this may lead to reduced funding for public schools.
New Mexico is advancing a bill to help local governments better prepare itself from climate-related threats, including floods, wildfires, and extreme heat.
Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly is scheduled to give her State of the State address on Tuesday night. Some of the proposals expected to be mentioned by the governor include tax cuts.
South Dakota lawmakers advanced an initiative allowing for an optional social studies curriculum in K-12 schools teaching American exceptionalism.
The South Dakota House has approved a $200 million housing infrastructure fund, with the spending package now going to Republican Gov. Kristi Noem for final approval.
Democratic Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz unveiled plans for spending on public safety, housing, and healthcare Monday as parts of his administration’s budget proposal.
Democratic Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont announced several proposed gun laws Monday, including tighter registration requirements, purchase limits, and an open carry ban.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis defended his state’s rejection of an Advanced Placement course on African-American studies — a decision the White House criticized days prior.
The Vermont Supreme Court ruled in favor of policies in place in the cities of Montpelier and Winooski allowing noncitizens to vote in local elections.
A Nevada judge who resigned to settle a discipline investigation after getting entangled in a double-murder case has died. Her death was ruled as a suicide.