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A compromise struck between Gov. Asa Hutchinson and lawmakers would expand a plan allowing concealed handguns on college campuses to include some students and visitors,... [Read More]
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Rod Rosenstein answers Senate committee questionnaire heads news summary including free-press setback, California deputies and a texting-while-driving homicide. [Read More]
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Despite media reports of a massive crackdown by President Trump on illegal immigrants, just a tiny percentage of the nearly 1 million on the government's... [Read More]
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Despite media reports of a massive crackdown by President Trump on illegal immigrants, just a tiny percentage of the nearly 1 million on the government's... [Read More]
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President Trump predicted the media would use one of the two R-words to characterize his demeanor during his — ahem — wide-ranging news conference the... [Read More]
It is said, "If it ain't broke, don't try to fix it." Someone ought to ask the Oklahoma Senate Judiciary Committee why in the world... [Read More]
Daniel Chaitin The second coming of the Email Privacy Act has technology companies cheering, but the bill's future is far from certain. This month,... [Read More]
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted unanimously Friday to advance a bill that seeks to keep the state from participating in federal immigration enforcement to the... [Read More]
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted unanimously Friday to advance a bill that seeks to keep the state from participating in federal immigration enforcement to the... [Read More]
The Senate Judiciary Committee says the hearing is expect to last three to four days... [Read More]
If a prospective or actual nominee can be compelled by a president or by the Senate Judiciary Committee to state his policy views with a... [Read More]
A year after an effort to lower the bar for implementation of the death-penalty in Colorado failed in the Senate Judiciary Committee, a move to... [Read More]
Supreme Court Justice nominee Neil Gorsuch, left, meets with Sen. Chris Coons, D-Del. on Capitol Hill in Washington on Tuesday. AP PHOTO WASHINGTON — The... [Read More]
A bill to allow faculty and staff of public colleges and universities to carry guns on campus was amended on the Senate floor Thursday to... [Read More]
A bill to make retroactive changes to West Virginia's right-to-work law — currently being challenged in Kanawha Circuit Court — advanced from the Senate Judiciary... [Read More]
All nine Democrats on the US Senate Judiciary Committee said in a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Thursday that he should recuse himself... [Read More]
Senate Democrats on Thursday asked the White House and law enforcement agencies to preserve all materials related to contacts between Russians and individuals associated with... [Read More]
The Wyoming Senate Judiciary Committee approved legislation Wednesday allowing the concealed carry of guns on college campuses and in government meetings. [Read More]
Senate judiciary committee Democrats ask attorney general to recuse himself from any internal inquiry into contact between Russia and Trump campaign... [Read More]
The Senate Judiciary Committee has set the date for the confirmation hearing for Neal Gorsuch, President Donald Trump's pick for the U.S. Supreme Court. [Read More]
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