Americans’ opinions are more nuanced than headlines suggest, leaving little room for total bans.
"Once a woman became pregnant for any reason, she would now become property of the state of South Carolina," said one state senator.
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear 94-year-old Geraldine Tyler's case challenging home equity theft.
A minimum wage increase passed in Nebraska and appears to have done the same in Nevada. In D.C., tipped workers will get a possibly unwelcome increase as well.
Some states that do not border Mexico have sought to play a role in immigration policy.
This is a clear attempt by the administration to tamp down on opinions the adults don't like.
A mother-daughter arrest in Nebraska was fueled in part by unencrypted Facebook messages police accessed through a warrant.
A Nebraska County Took His $25,000 Property To Settle a $986 Tax Debt. Now the U.S. Supreme Court Could Get Involved.
Walter Barnette didn't know that his own land had been sold out from under him until it had already happened.
Running a campaign that stressed small-government values over the Libertarian Party label, the incumbent was still unable to prevail.
Libertarian state Sen. Laura Ebke's bill triggers a review of state licensing laws, opens more opportunities for individuals with criminal histories.
Libertarian State Senator Wants to Make it Easier for People With Criminal Records (And Everyone Else) to Work
Laura Ebke's attempt to rationalize Nebraska's occupational licensing laws gets praised in The Wall Street Journal.
The ACLU asks the DEA to investigate whether the state lied on its applications to get fentanyl for upcoming executions.
Will colleges sanction every educator with a provocative opinion?
Neither Laura Ebke nor her cinema-loving constituents seem very scared.
Unwilling to spend the money for a massage therapist license in Nebraska, Ilona Holland took her business across the bridge to Iowa.
The two states want to join appeals filed by landowners and sheriffs.
Joins nine other states and D.C. in restrictions.
Law would forbid participation in federal 'sharing' program for most situations.
Perturbed by smuggling, the two states had demanded an end to their neighbor's licensing and regulation of marijuana merchants.
The new fight to bring school choice to the Cornhusker state.
Another Step Closer to Full Legalization
The Obama administration says Nebraska and Oklahoma have not described a genuine controversy with Colorado.
State and federal governments set to clash, according to a report from BuzzFeed News.
Nebraska becomes first predominately Republican state to abolish capital punishment in more than 40 years
Alaska and South Dakota also have votes
Governor had approved the route
Omaha Cop Reinstated After Being Fired For Not Reporting Use of Force on Subdued Man Caught on Camera, Other Cops Ran Into Brother's Home to Confiscate Video
Good samaritan made sure the incident got on the internet anyway
Video was shared by local pd on Facebook
Says cops teased him and called him a "cripple" after making him lose his prosthetic legs
Was number 6 last year
Married man made apparently thousands of late-night calls to women on state-issued cell phone