This week saw headlines dominated by primary election results in various states, but governors and lawmakers were nonetheless busy this week with different legislation. Legislation signed into law this week ranged from expanding broadband access to legalizing sports betting.
On Tuesday, Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy signed legislation to create a statewide broadband office to help increase internet access.
Missouri’s secretary of state announced this week that a campaign to legalize recreational marijuana for those over 21 years old in Missouri gathered enough signatures to make it on the November ballot.
This week, state lawmakers across the country were busy addressing various policy issues, including action to protect in vitro fertilization (IVF), address public safety issues, implement tax cuts, regulate AI, and fund infrastructure projects. Alabama [...]
Welcome to the February 16th 2024 edition of DMGS’ Weekly State of the States, where we delve into the dynamic legislative landscape across the nation. From groundbreaking proposals to impactful amendments, each state is navigating [...]
State Capitals across the country saw a flurry of activity from both lawmakers and governors alike. Several governors gave their annual State of the State Addresses, while lawmakers in different states tackled issues including generative [...]
Halfway through January, legislative sessions in numerous states across the country are officially underway. Governors were busy this week delivering their state of the state addresses and budget addresses, while lawmakers have started debating important [...]