Gov. Mike Pence of Indiana said on Tuesday that he hopes to sign legislation by the end of this week making it clear that his state's controversial religious freedom law does not give businesses the right to deny service to anyone.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence says concerns that his state's new "religious freedom" law will allow businesses to turn away LGBT customers is the result of a "tremendous amount of misinformation and misunderstanding."
A frustrated regulator's letter suggesting the state drop enforcement of its ethics laws might spark some legislative action. That would be a gift for Gov. Greg Abbott, who wants ethics to be a signature issue this session.
Pennsylvania law makes it illegal to touch a pregnant woman's belly without her consent.
"God Bless America" yard signs are in violation of Florida town's laws, but that may soon change.
On Sunday, Sept. 1, several new traffic and criminal laws will go into effect across the state of Texas.
New California law gives transgender students equal access to restrooms and sports teams based on their "gender identity" rather than their biological sex.
Two new Texas laws will make sure the records of kids in foster care are as up-to-date as possible.
The laws, which take effect September first, will allow child protective services and CASAS or, court-appointed special advocates, to share information.
State Representatives passed a bill Monday that lowers the amount of "end of course" exams from 15 to 5.
A Georgia town has passed a law requiring its citizens to own a gun and ammunition -- a measure one councilman says is similar to putting a security sign in your front yard to deter criminals.
The rights of online users and those of digital content creators are colliding over the issue of online piracy.
A new law went into effect that means you may pay more for convenience of using a credit card to shop.
Owning an electric car in Texas could become more expensive under one proposal being considered by state lawmakers to raise money for road construction.