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Liquor Dealers Leading Arkansas’ Fight to Stay Dry

More than 80 years after Prohibition ended at the national level, Arkansas voters will decide in November whether to keep their state dry.

Is Walking Actually an Effective Political Statement?

When a North Carolina mayor walked 273 miles to Washington, D.C., this summer, he was just the latest in a long line of politicians to take an attention-seeking stroll.

States Approach Federal Data Breach Law with Caution

With 47 different state laws on what companies are supposed to do when they become victims of cyberattack, is it time for federal legislation?

Arizona Tests Popularity of the Dying's Right to Try Drugs

The state is the first to let voters decide whether to make experimental drugs available to terminally ill patients -- a growing movement that started in a few state legislatures this year.

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