A sovereignty measure on Arizona's ballot this November will let voters decide whether or not the state can forgo enforcing certain federal laws like Obamacare.
States can eventually drop major portions of the health law if they plan to maintain the same level of coverage at the same cost to the federal government.
After efforts to label genetically modified food have failed in most states, there’s reason to think things will go differently in November in Oregon and possibly Colorado.
Many states are rethinking once-popular production incentives -- a contrast from California, which is offering more to protect one of its biggest industries.
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