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As a legislative battle over automakers' ability to sell EVs directly to consumers heats up in Denver, startup Rivian has received a dealer license in Arizona... [Read More]
Students will travel to the Kansas Statehouse for Higher Education Day to advocate for the issues important to them and the university. [Read More]
New York state's two legislative leaders and the Democratic members they represent have been most pointedly at odds over whether to amend the state's new... [Read More]
Our political analysts weigh in on Wednesday's fiery Democratic debate in Las Vegas. We ask how they think it will impact Michael Bloomberg as we... [Read More]
With no preliminary nor summary of the legislative session so far, the three District 24 legislators dived into answering questions from the audience. Sen. Jeff... [Read More]
In this episode of Eye on New Mexico, Colton Shone and Nathan O'Neal discuss all things recreational marijuana including why it didn't pass during the... [Read More]
Created in the early 1960s, the Joint Committee on Legislative Services, which governs General Assembly spending, hasn't met publicly in over 10 years. [Read More]
March 1, at 10:00 am, 3845 North Swan Street  – "The New Mexico Health Security Plan, a Homegrown, Quality, Affordable Health Care Plan for All... [Read More]
Oregon lawmakers suggest reforms may have to wait until the full session next year... [Read More]
The Maine Legislature has an opportunity to achieve meaningful land conservation opportunities in 2020 by passing LD 911, the Land for Maine's Future Bond. This... [Read More]
Senate off, but House committee work continues... [Read More]
The governor says she's open to salaries for New Mexico lawmakers despite not getting the green light this legislative session. According to the New Mexican,... [Read More]
Seasoned vets of Idaho politics know this, but are few times in Idaho legislative politics with more stress than the few weeks of February and... [Read More]
A good carpenter will always say, "measure twice, cut once." Doing so avoids mistakes due to haste and lack of information. Wyoming's political leadership, both... [Read More]
A proposal designed to improve high school graduation rates in Maine for students who are homeless or in foster care has received the approval of... [Read More]
The following teleconferences are scheduled to be held at the Fairbanks Legislative Information Office, 1292 Sadler Way, Suite 308. Hearings are subject to change. For... [Read More]
This is TTAG's weekly roundup of legal and legislative news affecting guns, the gun business and gun owners' rights. For a deeper dive into the topics... [Read More]
In addition to clashes over nondisclosure agreements and policing practices, Sen. Elizabeth Warren and former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg squared off during Wednesday night's... [Read More]
The Cabell County Commission has expressed concern about a legislative proposal that would phase out a number of personal property taxes West Virginians pay annually,... [Read More]
A legislative bill raising guardians' standards for training and continuing education is a welcomed step, one letter-writer says. [Read More]
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