Opportunities in the Inflation Reduction Act
August 10, 2022
Regulating Kratom: 2022 Update
August 8, 2022
Congress Considers Impacts of Biofuel Mandates on Fuel and Food Prices
August 4, 2022
What’s Included in the Senate Deal on Biden’s Domestic Agenda?
August 3, 2022
Fentanyl Test Strips: Legislation Decriminalizing Their Use
August 2, 2022
Which States are Proposing Bans on Flavored Tobacco?
July 20, 2022
Delta-8 Bans & Carve-Outs: Legislative Update
July 14, 2022
States' Reactions to Supreme Court's Dobbs Ruling: Abortion Access, Trigger Laws, & More
July 7, 2022
What's Included in the 2022 Federal Gun Safety Package?
July 1, 2022
States Take Action on Regulating E-Bikes
June 15, 2022
States Consider Action on Crypto Mining
June 13, 2022
EV Charging Stations & Infrastructure: Coming to a State Near You?
June 8, 2022
Over the last few years, there has been much discussion around student loans and the possibility of broad student loan forgiveness, particularly amid the COVID-19 pandemic. As noted in our previous student loan forgiveness update,...
On March 4th, New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham signed the New Mexico Opportunity Scholarship Act into law, providing for tuition-free college for most New Mexico residents. The program is set to be the most...
Technological advancements in recent years have made virtual learning a possibility for K–12 schools. With virtual learning a possibility, some states and schools are looking to eliminate snow days and allow classes and instruction to...
On November 19, 2021, the House passed a $2 trillion reconciliation bill—the Build Back Better Act—to implement key elements of President Joe Biden’s economic agenda. The bill has faced an uphill battle in the Senate,...
Many states began dialing back their COVID restrictions earlier this spring and summer, including mask wearing. However, with the Delta variant of COVID-19 becoming more prevalent and the CDC issuing new guidance, more states and...
In an attempt to suppress the teaching of critical race theory and other racial and legal concepts, many states have passed or are considering legislation banning teachers’ from discussing aspects of race, justice, history, and...
In this week’s State Capital Recap, lawmakers around the country addressed various issues including guaranteed income, medical and recreational marijuana, critical race theory, to-go cocktails, and more. California California lawmakers scheduled a vote Thursday on a bill...
The Biden administration released the full version of its fiscal 2022 budget. The budget calls for $6 trillion in spending and a deficit of $1.8 trillion; deficits would exceed $1 trillion for a decade. It...
In the year 2021, many states passed new school choice legislation or legislation expanding existing school choice programs. School choice comes in many different forms across the country. However, almost every state has some system...