The black caucus will inform the public about highlights — and lowlights — from the 2017 session
The bill would require doctors to inform women their drug-induced abortions could be reversed, and to say there’s no scientific study to support that claim.
Wolkins says an earlier version of the bill contained confusing language, which prompted dozens of people to testify against it and contact his office.
Some of the wealthiest school districts are awarded a chunk of a $40 million fund for teacher bonuses while most urban schools will get significantly less.
The committee is tasked with studying issues related to illegal immigration.
The House approved the measure 61 to 36, with several Republicans joining Democrats in voting no.
Environmental and animal rights groups have significant issues with the bill and proposed an amendment that would bar people from hunting wild sheep and goats.
Sen. Jim Merritt is advancing bills to combat the state's ongoing drug epidemic.
Sen. Brent Steele says, for his last session, he’s going to focus on a few key issues he’s particularly passionate about.
Legislators in several states have banned the websites.