In 2008, then-governor Jennifer Granholm signed into law Michigan’s renewable portfolio standard (RPS), requiring all state utilities to generate 10 percent of all retail electricity sales from ren
Vermont has several interventionist policies designed to encourage the development of wind and solar power.
This summer, the U.S.
In both 1979 and 1981, the New Mexico Legislature passed right-to-work laws, but both bills were vetoed by then-Gov. Bruce King (D).
Vermont is the first state to attempt to establish a completely government-run health care system, financing and administering health care services and health insurance coverage.
According to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the agency responsible for administering Medicaid, f
As electronic cigarettes grow in popularity, state and local governments are finding ways to regulate and tax them.
Thirty-six states currently use certificate of need (CON) laws to slow the growth of health care prices, promote consolidation of health care providers, and limit duplication of services.
In 2014, Congress appropriated $250 million for a program offering preschool grants for states that apply for them.
South Carolina became the second state in the nation to repeal Common Core State Standards, a set of requirements for what elementary and secondary school children should know in each grade in math