Legislators passed a bill critics said was even more sweeping than Indiana's law, but Governor Asa Hutchinson says he won't sign it until controversial sections are fixed.
“This historic drought demands unprecedented action,” Jerry Brown says, laying out his action plan to cut water use by 25 percent.
In “You Can’t Live Without Me,” the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission reminds residents that “your #2 is our #1.”
The Bay Area wants to apply the tobacco-labeling approach to fuel.
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New York’s governor is turning up the heat on Indiana Gov. Mike Pence.
In Washington, raising the levy on fuel is a non-starter. But Republican legislatures that actually have to balance their budgets are finding increases indispensable.
The Supreme Court considers whether putting a Confederate battle flag on a license plate should be different than urging Americans to eat more beef.
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More than a dozen states now authorize the use of cameras mounted on school buses to catch drivers who illegally pass them.
The new statute's defenders claim it simply mirrors existing federal rules, but it contains two provisions that put new obstacles in the path of equality.