Connecticut Senate OKs bill that gives cities more legislative clout by changing how inmates are counted for redistricting
The state Senate is seeking to end "prison gerrymandering'' that allows towns like Enfield and Somers to have higher populations that include the inmates.
U.S. Senate panel to take up technology research spending bill - sources
A U.S. legislative proposal to allocate $112 billion for basic and advanced technology research and science in the face of rising competitive pressure from China will be debated by the Senate Commerce ...
Oklahoma House, Senate members announce new Latino caucus
Four members of the Oklahoma Legislature — two state senators and two state representatives — announced Wednesday the creation of a new bipartisan Legislative Latino Caucus.
Earmark intrigue splits Senate Republicans
At least six Senate Republicans plan to submit earmark requests despite a longstanding ban, and more than a dozen others are still considering it.
Texas Senate bill restricting transgender students' sports participation stalls
A bill that would prevent transgender Texas children from joining school sports teams that match their gender identity failed to advance out of a House committee Tuesday, signaling potential trouble ...
Rand Paul says he’s running again for US Senate and wades into the issue of race
U.S. Sen. Rand Paul said Tuesday he is running for a third term and, with his declaration, instantly launched himself into one of the most complicated and contentious issues in American politics: race ...
Iowa Senate gives final passage to 'vaccine passport' ban, sending it to Gov. Kim Reynolds
The Iowa Legislature followed Gov. Kim Reynolds' call to prevent local governments and businesses from making customers prove they've had the vaccine.
First on CNN: GOP Senate campaign arm targets Kelly over immigration
The campaign arm for Senate Republicans is set to launch a multi-media ad campaign targeting incumbent Democratic freshman Sen. Mark Kelly over his stance on immigration, a sign that Arizona could be ...
Missouri ‘overpayment forgiveness’ bill hits snag in Senate
Missouri overpaid about 46,000 people more than $150 million in federal and state unemployment benefits in 2020 and the state’s Department of Labor and Industrial Relations (DLIR), supported by Gov.Eagle Crypto | Geon Coin | Secret Crypto