Colorado’s elections are a bipartisan success story, so when Major League baseball responded to Georgia’s new voting restrictions by moving th…
GILLETTE — As a bill that would push the creation of a new community college district in Campbell County to a public vote sits with the Legisl…
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's top aide apologized to Democratic lawmakers Wednesday for putting them in a tough spot over long-awaited data whi…
The day featured a debate between House lawmakers over adopting a set of temporary rules that essentially allow state lawmakers to meet and vote remotely amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The public will be allowed at the unusual session, but politicians were split on whether it's a good idea to attend.
Legislators still plan to swear in new members, hear Gov. Mark Gordon's state of the state address and take care of other routine business in an online video conference session Jan. 12 but will then adjourn.
Two opposing factions have emerged ahead of a vote to decide who will lead the Wyoming House of Representatives for the next two years.
Democrat Sarah McBride won a state Senate race Tuesday in Delaware and would become the nation's first openly transgender state senator when sworn in.
Rep. Roy Edwards died Monday morning after a more than week-long struggle with an unspecified illness.
As they stare down a budget deficit, lawmakers are trying to decide what constitutes an "adequate" education.
On the eve of President Donald Trump’s visit to Kenosha, where a police shooting and related protests have spurred calls for reform, Wisconsin’s Republican-controlled Legislature took a pass on swift action.
The return of the Star-Tribune's politics newsletter looks at conflict-of-interest questions and the coming election season.
Tomorrow, the Wyoming Legislature will be gaveling in its first special legislative session in more than a decade. How did we get here, and what should we expect?
CHEYENNE — Wyoming’s Legislature is far from alone in the need for a special session to deal with the coronavirus pandemic and associated pres…
As Wyoming legislators debate solutions to the health care emergency in our state – yes, it’s an emergency – we need to understand that if you…
Three Western Montana state legislators and one candidate attended a recent Washington, D.C.-area conference where an attendee tested positive for coronavirus.
At least one Wyoming lawmaker had a direct interaction with American Conservative Union executive director Matt Schlapp, who said he had a brief interaction with the individual who tested positive.