Utah's governor signed a bill into law Tuesday that makes the state the latest to prohibit diversity training, hiring and inclusion programs at universities and in state government.
As cryptocurrency become more mainstream, some states are introducing legislation to standardize crypto as a form of payment.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer issued a "three-week pause" to curb coronavirus cases in the state. A Trump administration official encouraged residents to "rise up" against the restrictions.
More than 20 states designated marijuana businesses essential during the coronavirus shutdown. Cannabis activists say it's a remarkable development, given that it remains illegal under federal law.
A case of a man tried twice for the same gun charge by the federal government and by the state of Alabama could have ramifications for the Mueller investigation into the Trump campaign and Russia.
States will reap billions after a major ruling that says states may now impose sales taxes on Internet retailers, even ones out of state and with no physical presence in the state.
The high court on Thursday struck down Minnesota's broad ban on "political" apparel inside polling places. But justices said similar, more narrowly written laws in other states are likely fine.
The White House is endorsing a plan that would allow teachers and other school employees to be armed. It does not call for higher age limits for would-be gun buyers.
You could say it's been a pretty turbulent week on the race beat.
The bar has passed a resolution prohibiting conduct that lawyers should "know or reasonably know" is harassment or discrimination, following the lead of many U.S. states.