Daily Archives: November 4, 2020

Update on 2020 State Ballot Measures

2020-11-04T15:30:34-05:00

Earlier this fall, we looked at a few states across the country and what measures would appear on voters' ballots. With Election Day in the not-so-distant rear-view mirror, where have voters landed on key ballot measures across the country? Arizona In Arizona, Proposition 207 appeared on the ballot. The law would allow limited marijuana possession, [...]

Update on 2020 State Ballot Measures2020-11-04T15:30:34-05:00

Gubernatorial & State Legislative Race Updates

2020-11-04T10:36:17-05:00

UPDATED: 11:30 a.m. EST, 11/11/2020 As you know, heading into the 2020 elections, there are 36 trifectas: 15 Democratic and 21 Republican. The other 14 states are under divided government, meaning they have neither a Democratic nor a Republican trifecta. How have election results changed the partisan control in each state? We will be updating [...]

Gubernatorial & State Legislative Race Updates2020-11-04T10:36:17-05:00

Legislation Related to Daylight Saving Time

2020-11-04T09:00:00-05:00

Photo by Aphiwat chuangchoem on Pexels.com Did you remember to set your clocks back one hour last Sunday?  If some lawmakers get their way, you might not need to worry about changing your clocks twice a year. The United States first implemented daylight saving time (DST) in 1918 as a wartime measure during the First [...]

Legislation Related to Daylight Saving Time2020-11-04T09:00:00-05:00
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