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Bills moving through the Minnesota Legislature would allow patients 21 and older to purchase the raw, plant form of cannabis and smoke it.
When devastating winter storms hit Texas this month, the price gougers moved in.Hundreds of thousands of people were without power, heat or water, so the…
News sets the stage for months of budget negotiations at the State Capitol and adds fuel to a political fight over taxes.
The legislation is part of a new push in state legislatures to chip away at the power of Big Tech.
Lawmakers couldn't agree on an aid package last year. Now, a House bill is proposing to borrow $300 million for rebuilding aid.
Democrats are showing stronger support for the bill than in past sessions, but it still faces a hurdle in the GOP-led Senate.
The governor has implemented everything from mask mandates to caps on gatherings to slow the spread of COVID-19.
The Liberian Refugee Immigration Fairness Act has been hampered by a slow launch and burdensome procedures.
Business groups are pushing back.
The ruling means nonunion members can't retroactively collect dues that were invalidated by a 2018 U.S. Supreme Court case.