Environmental groups push bag bans as a necessary planet-saving step. But do they work?
Despite charter schools and shrinking enrollment, Jackson public schools are receiving more tax revenue rather than less.
Meanwhile, investigators were at the Milwaukee ODAR office last month looking into an alleged breach of an employee’s private records.
“I wasn't willing to give up my integrity and forego the safety of our students for the carrot they offered,” Burton wrote.
Virginia has some of the strictest CON laws in the country.
Justice has been served for University of Virginia dean Nicole Eramo.
Florida's community-based child welfare system is reckoned one of the nation's best. With insufficient funding, that could change.
The Animal Welfare Institute has given Vermont a near failing grade when it comes to enforcing humane treatment of animals at slaughterhouse facilities, but the state's agriculture agency disagrees with the rating.
Plaintiffs of a recently dismissed District Court case say the judge’s decision on Act 39 was a win for moral and religious liberty.
Anti-smoking nannies have pushed their crusade further and further, and in California they’re increasingly reaching into peoples’ lives. Next up? They’re trying to prohibit smoking inside your own home.
A bill passed by the Mississippi Legislature could provide supervision for the state's occupational licensing boards.
A lawsuit argues that President Obama's creation of a national monument in the Atlantic Ocean is beyond the reach of the Antiquities Act.
In the States
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- School choice proponents hope for a ‘grand bargain’
- Travis County sheriff cannot verify release of criminal illegals
- Texas property taxes will keep climbing under SB 2
- Houston pension bill moves ahead, despite flaws
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