Philadelphia is now the first major city to enact a so-called “sin tax” on sugary drinks.
When the Michigan State Senate returns from its summer break, a proposal to overhaul portions of Michigan’s Clean, Renewable, and Efficient Energy Act will be waiting for them.
In November, Floridians will vote on Amendment 2, the Florida Right to Medical Marijuana Initiative.
North Carolina is once again considering repealing its certificate of need (CON) laws.
In early May 2016, the New Jersey State Board of Education approved the New Jersey Student Learning Standards, the revised and renamed Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Gov.
Pennsylvania is one of several states considering legislation that would allow terminally ill patients to obtain experimental drugs without getting federal approval, a policy commonly called “right
Rhode Island is one of several states considering legislation th
Two separate carbon dioxide tax proposals were introduced in the Vermont House of Representatives during the 2015–16 sessions.
Consistent declines in gas tax revenue have left many states scrambling to fund the maintenance of their critical infrastructure, especially roads and bridges.
State lawmakers in Delaware are considering a proposal to create the P
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