Supporters of "aid-in-dying" have had little success in state legislatures, so they're turning to the courts for help.
California will be the first U.S. state where pharmacists can prescribe birth control. Will others follow?
In the last few years, most states have stopped taking assets like retirement and education savings into account when deciding whether people qualify for aid.
Struggling to afford new lifesaving drugs for low-income patients, states are trying to force manufacturers to reveal their costs and profits.