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DeWine outlines new proposals to make Ohio schools safer

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine outlined a plan he says are the next steps to increase school safety in the wake of a school shooting in Texas that killed 19 elementary students. DeWine,... Read more »

Polis signs collective bargaining bill for county workers

Gov. Jared Polis signed a bill into law on Friday that allows county workers across the state to collectively bargain. Senate Bill 22-230 was introduced by Democrats in April and given final passage... Read more »

Colorado Gov. Polis signs school finance act, other funding measures

Per-pupil spending will increase 6% from this year, special education funding will increase nearly 40%, more high school students will have access to free college courses, and school districts with low property... Read more »

Is Iowa prepared for the federal debt crisis?

Uncle Sam is broke and the nation is on the verge of a serious debt crisis, if we are not already in one. The United States Government Accountability Office (GAO) recently released... Read more »

Why are we willing to live with this carnage?’

President Biden urged lawmakers to act after 19 students and two teachers were shot and killed at a Texas elementary school on Tuesday. “Why are we willing to live with this carnage?”... Read more »

Polis signs bill providing $500 early TABOR refunds

Coloradans who filed taxes for last year can expect to see $500 refunds later this summer thanks to legislation that Gov. Jared Polis signed into law on Monday. Senate Bill 22-233 creates the... Read more »

Kentucky Democrats file ethics complaint against Cameron

One day after Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced his candidacy for next year’s gubernatorial election, the Kentucky Democratic Party announced Thursday it filed an ethics complaint against the Republican officeholder. In... Read more »

Utahns in for ‘bumpy ride’ due to water shortage

Utah Gov. Spencer Cox says the state’s water reservoirs are around 10% less capacity than they were at this time last year as an additional $500 million is being spent on water... Read more »

Sens. Hickenlooper, Bennet lobby Air Force head to keep Space Command in Colorado

Sens. John Hickenlooper and Michael Bennet, both Democrats representing Colorado, met with the head of the U.S. Air Force on Tuesday to push for keeping the U.S. Space Command’s headquarters in their... Read more »

New Mississippi program will deter crime along the coastline

A major Mississippi coastal safety initiative is expanding, Gov. Tate Reeves said. The Republican governor said this week the Mobile Enforcement Team Detail Operation, which is a joint effort between state, local,... Read more »