Vice President of Legislative Services James Bookwalter highlights Florida’s unique interim, where much of the work can occur before the regular session begins.
In an era of limited state budgets, using federal evidence-based determinations can solve regulatory needs.
Disagreements over budgets and other issues are creating conflict and forcing state legislatures into overtime.
A long-brewing storm finally hit land in Florida when the House decided to adjourn three days early.
What can we expect from incoming Oregon Governor Kate Brown (D), who will assume office effective Wednesday, February 18?
The contrast of leadership battles in New York and Massachusetts could not be more stark.
Assemblymembers are ready for a change, and as a result, this is likely to be a contentious year. How prepared are you to navigate the pending instability?
A leadership change of this magnitude presents opportunities and threats. These are the questions you should be asking your New York lobbyist now.
In individual states, network adequacy was a significant issue in 2014, and looks to be even more so in 2015.
With legalized medical marijuana in 24 jurisdictions, conflicting state and federal laws and court cases, this is an issue you should care about.