A House committee killed a bill that sought to abolish the death penalty, exactly one week after Gov. John Hickenlooper expressed concerns that Coloradans weren't ready to part ways with the execution chamber.
Assemblyman Steven Brooks opted not to show up for the historic legislative hearing on whether he's fit to continue serving as a lawmaker after two arrests and an involuntary admission to a hospital for a psychiatric evaluation.
A state Senate committee approved resolutions requesting a task force study the social, economic and religious consequences of legalizing same-sex marriage the same week the U.S. Supreme Court is hearing two landmark cases on the issue.
Source: Inside Higher Ed | Michigan |
March 26, 2013
Even before the justices have issued a ruling on the other affirmative action case that they considered this term, they agreed to consider whether Michigan voters had the legal right to bar the state's public colleges and universities from considering race or ethnicity in admissions.
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