Yesterday, on the same day that New York became the 16th state to legalize recreational marijuana, legislators in Santa Fe approved a bill that will add New Mexico to that list. The Cannabis Regulation Act passed the state House by a vote of 22–15 and the state Senate by a vote of 38–32 during a special session convened by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, who is expected to sign the bill soon.
"Sounds like a scene out of 'The Sopranos' and not something the acting superintendent of the New Jersey State Police should be doing," one state official, speaking on the condition of anonymity, told Newsweek.
Looks like the radicals in the Legislature have won. And New Yorkers will pay a steep price — in the form of massive tax hits, a subpar economy and shakier government finances long term. Lawmakers are set to ram through a $200 billion spending plan that mushrooms outlays and slaps taxpayers with an added
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Springtime in New York is one of the glories of the Northeast, with hours more daylight and the renewal that comes after our difficult winters. However, things are different today as we enter the second year of COVID Mania. This spring is more like T
Rule-observant societies and rule-breaking ones are bringing their strengths (and weaknesses) to the fight.
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New York Attorney General Letitia James said she was happy with a federal judge’s ruling late Friday that ordered the state’s lawsuit against Amazon to proceed at the state level.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The Tennessee State Library and Archives will host a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of its new 165,000 square foot building. According to a news release, former U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander, Gov. Bill Lee, former Gov. Bill Haslam, Senate Speaker Randy McNally, House
MADISON, Wis. (AP) - The head of the search committee to pick a successor to retiring Wisconsin athletic director Barry Alvarez said the school hopes to make a hire “within a few months.” Peter Miller, the chair of Wisconsin’s athletic board, wouldn’t get more specific than that. Alvarez announced his
NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Republican Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger about the new voting law, what it includes and how it affects his job.
For New York City’s economy, the last 12 months have amounted to one long, brutal winter. The pandemic forced the