Critics of the Martha’s Vineyard flights are raising a bevy of questions about the finances and alleged deception behind the scheme.
Gov. Jay Inslee says Washington state's COVID-19 emergency will finally come to an end on October 31.
Why should the government care if massage therapists can speak English?
Plus: "Reparations" for the news industry, the disappearance of starter homes, and more...
Gun control advocates may embrace the 10th Amendment.
Marco Rubio Says He Won't Vote To Eliminate the Defense of Marriage Act, But His Explanation Makes No Sense
Rubio says states should decide marriage laws, but DOMA is a federal law that overruled state regulation.
The federal government set the tone on the beginning of the resettlement process. It continues to keep legal status for certain evacuees out of reach.
Plus: When "anti-wokeness" becomes an obsession, why immigrants are upwardly mobile, and more...
Associate Editor Liz Wolfe discusses the political and economic fortunes of both Austin and Miami, plus potential reasons these pastures might not always be greener.
A second public health official cited the work of antiracist educator Tema Okun after several people on the thread objected.
A new paper reveals that the state and local bailout was not only unnecessary but incredibly wasteful.
The government worsens the baby formula shortage, again.
The federal bailout of state and local governments padded the paychecks of many public employees.
This Michigan Town Repealed a Ban on Fortunetellers, but Might Break State Law if It Tries To Regulate Them
Petoskey's draft ordinance would require both "legitimate" fortunetellers and people pretending to tell fortunes to be licensed, calling into question the sense of licensing at all.
It may not be a successful strategy in general elections, but it's still deeply unnerving.
Hispanics get slammed the hardest by licensing requirements that regulators can’t justify.
Gov. Spencer Cox supports school choice but will only sign the bill once Utah pays teachers more than any other state.
The governor needs to leave his fancy Sacramento-area compound more often to see what's going on throughout the state.
But at least state lawmakers also passed some useful criminal justice bills and policing reforms.
Department of Education Will Launch Investigations Targeting States That Banned Schools From Mandating Masks
Not everything potentially beneficial should be mandatory and not everything potentially harmful should be banned. And not every dispute about costs and benefits should be decided by the federal government.
The same institution that's unable to run the Postal Service or Amtrak orchestrated our invasion and withdrawal of Afghanistan.
As it turns out, state and local tax revenues hardly collapsed.
California, New York Have the Most To Gain From Ending Bonus Unemployment Benefits. They Probably Won't.
States that already had lower unemployment rates in May are more likely to have announced plans for ending the bonus unemployment payments.
Realtors, contractors, and insurance agents who engage in bad behavior can be stripped of their licenses. Police officers, on the other hand, rarely get fired.
State legislators across the country are working to weaken the enforcement of federal gun laws by emulating immigration activists.
Six different states are already suing over a broad prohibition on tax cuts that was slipped into March's $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill.
California has a $75 billion budget surplus, but federal taxpayers are about to send the state $27 billion in additional aid.
Plus: Remembering "sexual-subculture pioneer" Pat Bond, debunking gender gap hyperbole around jobs, and more...
Poll found that 78 percent of Democrats, 62 percent of Republicans, and 67 percent of independents favor legalization, as do majorities of every age demographic.
Even during a pandemic, major changes to laws and policies should be funneled through state assemblies.
Don't take the money.
After losing at the Supreme Court in 2019, state lawmakers are now targeting fulfillment houses in an attempt to stop consumers from buying what they want.
The measure could also make it illegal for states to create new tax credit programs, such as those used for expanding school choice.
The state Senate approved some cynical changes to Georgia's absentee ballot laws under the guise of securing future elections from fraud that no one seems to be able to find.
State Revenue Is 'Virtually Flat.' Local Government Revenue Is Up Slightly. Congress Wants To Give Them $350 Billion Anyway.
The Democrats' COVID bill showers billions of unneeded dollars on state and local governments.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom hasn't committed any crimes, but he deserves to face a potential recall for his disastrous handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.
But it would continue the politicization of the means of voting and make it harder to vote.