The federal director of Medicaid programs has put Tennessee on notice that it has failed to provide services for people as required by the Affordable Care Act and is giving the state 10 days to submit a correction plan.
Illinois Comptroller Judy Baar Topinka is warning of "a $2 billion collapse" next year when the state's temporary income tax increase begins to roll back.
Republican Party fissures are showing up in the race to be Ohio’s House speaker, one of the three most powerful elected officials in state government.
Acting DMV Commissioner Steve Dale said state law prohibits the DMV from photographing people as female for their driver’s licenses if they still are biologically males.
Like a slow, grueling tennis volley, the state Senate bounced the proposed Philadelphia cigarette tax intended to aid city schools back to the House yesterday, holding up millions of dollars for the distressed district indefinitely.
New Jersey lawmakers are racing to draft a constitutional amendment that would eliminate the right to bail for certain defendants as part of a broader effort to improve the state's criminal justice system.
Republican Larry Hogan will pay for his bid for governor with public financing, the first candidate to mount a statewide general election bid on taxpayer dollars in two decades.
Tuesday was all about people celebrating and marking history as they purchased marijuana at Washington state’s first retail stores legally selling recreational pot.
The population of Texas could nearly double by 2050, prompting some to worry that not enough is being done to avoid a future traffic nightmare and the drag on the economy that could come with it
Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin, the face of the city during Hurricane Katrina, is the first New Orleans mayor to be convicted and sent to prison for public corruption.
The Public Safety Personnel Retirement System on Wednesday halted illegal pay raises of up to 27 percent that were improperly authorized late last year for five investment-staff employees.
Utah will go to the U.S. Supreme Court to challenge a federal appeals court’s ruling that upheld same-sex marriage, calling state bans on such unions unconstitutional.