Relatively unnoticed, police bias, criminal expungement, contaminant monitoring, broadband, and water cleanup bills approved by Legislature.
The animated children’s TV show launched its 22nd season with “Mr. Ratburn and the Special Someone” on May 13, where Arthur’s third-grade teacher Mr. Ratburn gets married to a male character in the episode.
The protestors, chanting and unfurling a banner, were quickly gaveled down by Speaker of the House Mitzi Johnson, who called for order to be returned to the House. More shouts and disruption ensued and the speaker, showing incredible restraint, again gaveled the House to order. This is not peaceful assembly.
Democratic 2020 presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is set to call for a ban on for-profit charter schools Saturday, which will make him the first 2020 presidential candidate to suggest such a policy.
There’s scarcely a lawmaker in sight. A handful are here on “conference committee” duty. These committees put three senators and three representatives in the same room to resolve differences in major bills — differences around whether and/or how to spend millions, even tens of millions, of state dollars.
Australia’s left-wing Labor Party decided to make tackling climate change the centerpiece of its electoral strategy. It lost in a major election upset Saturday.
The majority of women who obtain abortions in Georgia and Alabama are black, making black women the primary demographic affected by 2019 abortion legislation, data show.
Elsewhere I have fondly remembered John for his personal qualities and service, but here I’d like to share the message he gave in 2006 to Vermonters.
In the end, three lower income people ended up getting the rebate ($5,400), as opposed to 77 higher income people who got rebates totaling nearly $80,000.
In the final part of our dialogue with Megan, we look at policies under consideration by Vermont legislators — such as safe injection sites and decriminalizing buprenorphine — and discuss whether such measures help or hurt opioid addiction.
“Social media platforms should advance freedom of speech. Yet too many Americans have seen their accounts suspended, banned, or fraudulently reported for unclear ‘violations’ of user policies,” the webpage reads.
The Interior Department will publicly list attorneys’ fees paid out, often to environmental activist groups, for legal settlements, according to a recent memo from Principal Deputy Solicitor Daniel Jorjani.