A tight-lipped investigation into fraudulent driver’s license applications from out-of-state illegals is producing conflicting details as political pressure mounts from migrant rights groups.
When taxpayers want basic information about the operations of the executive or legislative branch in Colorado, they can file an open records request, and officials have a maximum of 10 business days to turn over the documents.
The Mississippi House is looking at banning powdered alcohol, a product that isn’t even on sale yet nationally.
Put this in your electronic cigarette and vape it: A comprehensive survey found the lowest smoking rate ever recorded among adult Minnesotans.
Nearly half of former smokers — 45 percent — who kicked the habit used e-cigarettes at some point in the process, according to the survey, which the state paid $850,000 to conduct.
“Public health advocates should cheer the fact that vapor products are now the most commonly used quit smoking product among Minnesota adults,” Greg Conley, American Vaping Association president, said in a statement.
By Eric Boehm | Watchdog.org
Pennsylvania won’t be opening up more of its state parks and forests to gas drillers, at least under Gov. Tom Wolf’s watch.
Wolf issued an executive order Thursday prohibiting the state from leasing more land within state-owned parks and forests – about 370,000 acres have already been leased – for the purposes […]
It may be tougher for sneaky state lawmakers to tuck things into the budget bill after this year.
By Chris Butler | Tennessee Watchdog
NASHVILLE — Former Oak Ridge Police Chief David Beams said he avoids contact with any city police officers he encounters in public, but it’s not because of animosity.
“If I see an officer I know in public then I won’t even speak to them because I’m afraid they will get in trouble […]
Pennsylvania could be a lot friendlier to public charter schools.
That’s the message delivered by a pair of independent reports that call for an equitable funding formula and more hospitable policies for the state’s charter schools.
In a departure from revenue projections issued in December, North Dakota lawmakers are now expecting billions less in tax revenues over the next two and a half years.
A state pension law has robbed the Kuna Rural Fire District of millions of dollars throughout the past 35 years, IdahoReporter.com confirmed this week.
In the Nebraska Legislature, there is such a thing as a free lunch – and breakfast and dinner, too.
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As #Grubergate continues to unfold, Reason.com’s Remy offers up a new video revealing just how President Obama’s administration discussed selling Obamacare to the American people.