Taking a Break to Celebrate Cops
What began as a day in 1962 has morphed into a weeklong celebration.
Oregon voters were the first to directly weigh in on immigration during the Trump era.
Moderate-to liberal candidates won in five states, while conservatives were successful in two.
Washington state, which has a history of letting voters weigh in on guns, now ranks among the states with the toughest firearm laws.
Legalization measures passed in Michigan but failed in North Dakota.
Florida voters opted to automatically restore voting rights to former felons, affecting some 1.4 million residents. In Louisiana, voters instituted a five-year waiting period for felons to seek political office.
In 2016, Coloradoans voted against abolishing slavery as punishment for a crime. This year, they had a change of heart.