Connecticut Attorney General William Tong is leading 33 states attorneys general in urging the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a pair of lower court rulings that could have broad implications for whistleblowers, and the government's ability to go after public fraud.
Twenty state governors joined California Governor Gavin Newsom in announcing the launch of a multi-state Reproductive Freedom Alliance.
In a digital world, employers often require some form of cybersecurity training. A local government official in Wisconsin is encouraging people not to let the helpful tips fade from their memories.
North Dakota is joining Minnesota, Montana, and Wisconsin to create a regional clean hybrid hub that will compete with other hubs for federal dollars.
The State of Colorado is suing pesticide manufacturers Syngenta and Corteva.
Social Security benefits again could see their highest increase in several decades, but those advocating for beneficiaries say there is still plenty of concern about financial hardships, as well as politics surrounding the program.
Voters are going to have one less option come Election Day in Wisconsin.
The man charged with killing seven people and injuring dozens more in the July 4 parade mass shooting in Highland Park later drove to Madison, Wisconsin, where he considered another attack.
The Democratic Governors Association Wednesday pledged $75 million for ad buys on behalf of reelection efforts for seven Democrat incumbent governors.
After gasoline prices nationwide exceeded $4 per gallon for the first time since 2008, six governors called on the U.S. Congress to suspend the federal gas tax temporarily.