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
Texas voters have already submitted their ballots for the 2022 primary election. More states have their primary elections on the horizon. With the 2022 primary election season nearly upon us, many voters have questions to...
DMGS has previously reviewed state government public health measures, as they have imposed and rescinded masking requirements. Now, over two years into the pandemic and after various COVID-related emergency declarations being implemented, extended, ended, and...
Automatic voter registration allows eligible individuals to become automatically registered to vote when they interact with certain agencies in the government, such as a state agency overseeing motor vehicles. While most people are familiar with...
Like every other week so far in January, this week saw no shortage of action by lawmakers around the country. Hot-button issues such as election reform, abortion access, vaccine mandates, and sports betting dominated headlines....
With the 2021 elections now in the rearview mirror, many are already fixated on various races in 2022, especially gubernatorial races. While two states, Virginia and New Jersey, held their gubernatorial elections in 2021, 36...
Florida made headlines this week following the legislature’s recent special session to address COVID-19 related issues. Notably, Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a package of bills to allow private sector employees to opt-out of COVID-19 vaccine...
After several weeks of voting, tomorrow is the last day that polls are open for the 2021 elections across the country. While this year is not a presidential election or even Congressional midterm election year,...
Colorado Governor Jared Polis signed SB21-006 into law earlier this year, making Colorado the second state to allow human body composting via human body composting legislation. The human body composting legislation expressly authorizes human remains...