A new California DMV report shows that unlicensed drivers -- most of whom are illegal immigrants -- are nearly three times as likely to cause a fatal crash, adding fuel to the debate over whether illegal immigrants should be eligible for licenses.
President Obama must not be very serious about immigration reform because the proposal outlined over the weekend is out of touch with sentiments in the U.S. House and with the American public, said Kris Kobach, one of the nation’s leading anti-illegal immigration advocates and Kansas’ secretary of state.
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa delivered a high-profile speech in Washington, D.C., in support of overhauling immigration laws but sidestepping questions about his future once his mayoral term ends.
A new study puts North Carolina in the bottom five of states for school-based dental sealant treatment programs, considered the most effective way to give at-risk children a shot at growing up with healthy teeth.
The proposal by the U.S. Justice Department demands the state stop slicing in-home nursing services for frail youngsters, stop ignoring the requests of family doctors who treat disabled children and stop sending hundreds of children to geriatric nursing homes.
Fast-changing technology has created gray areas in tax laws across the country. Businesses and lawmakers are sparring over whether commercial use of remote computer software and servers should be taxed.
The proposal comes after outgoing Gov. Chris Gregoire set a goal of no tuition increases for the next two years, but her budget included no additional money for the five universities and one four-year college.