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Despite Their Carbon Rebellion, States Prepare for the Worst

While more than a dozen states are fighting the new federal rules to reduce carbon emissions, many officials fear that ignoring them would be far worse.

Why Texas May Tap Its Rainy Day Fund During Boom Times

The state's economy is attracting 1,500 new residents a day, but growth is costing billions of extra dollars in road and traffic maintenance every year.

The Overlooked Races of the 2014 Elections

Recognizing the vast influence that judges can have on state policy, their races have received a lot of money this election year.

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.

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