The latest news on legislation
Republicans and Democrats both say gun-control debate favors them in 2014.
A Harvard study finds 'striking' support for government involvement in public health matters.
McCain, Reid, Cowan, and King want Jack Johnson's name cleared of a 'racially motivated crime.'
Senate bill moves ahead with controversial provisions, while House version waits in the wings.
The FCC is receiving complaints from consumers saying commercials remain louder than other programming.
Over the years, legislators have introduced bills to restrict gun sales, but nothing has stuck.
President Obama's executive powers give him the ability to advance his agenda without the approval of Congress.
The state's "holding hands" law which mandates abstinence-only sex education is not the way to teach children about sex.
From alternative currencies to dwarf tossing, the wackiest bills sponsored by states across the country.
Wikipedia probably wouldn't survive—isn't that scary enough?