By Calvin Thompson | Colorado Watchdog
Colorado is spearheading a change in the way drug offenses may be prosecuted, as a bipartisan effort in the Senate launched a bill that could lead to drastic sentencing reforms for drug offenders.
Senate Bill 250, which passed the Senate nearly unanimously last week, and was referred to the House Committee [...]
By Eric Boehm | PA Independent
HARRISBURG – The state House gave bipartisan support to a bill that would block insurance plans offered through the state’s new health insurance exchanges from covering abortions.
Abortions would still be allowed in the event of rape, incest, or if the life of the mother was at risk, in line with [...]
By M.D. Kittle | Wisconsin Reporter
MADISON – You’ve got to hand it to Shahid Buttar.
Hours after bombs blew up the Boston Marathon and the United States’ sense of security, the executive director of the Northampton, Mass.-based Bill of Rights Defense Committee predicted that somebody would posit the belief that unmanned aircraft – a.k.a. drones – would have helped identify and track the killers.Read More →
A full five months after Coloradans voted to treat marijuana like alcohol, it looks as if legislators might consider following through with it.Read More →
When Colorado first legalized medical marijuana in 2000, the state created a massive web of bureaucracy to regulate medical marijuana dispensaries.Read More →