States should follow New York’s lead in lowering how much interest must be paid on unpaid debt judgments.
Scholar argues that state laws preempting local gun regulation hinder progress.
Laws that impose criminal penalties for pregnancy loss regulate the conduct of pregnant people.
Legislative backlash against election officials poses serious implications for democracy.
Some state lawmakers aim to give elected officials control over election administration and outcomes.
The Equal Rights Amendment raises questions of congressional authority.
Scholar argues that the National Association of Insurance Commissioners’s power to regulate violates states’ constitutions.
The Court’s decision will weigh states’ regulatory powers against concerns of economic protectionism.
Scholars argue that state policymaking cannot effectively counteract federal environmental deregulation.
Workers in some states may now be classified as both independent contractors and employees.
Research shows that requiring voter IDs imposes substantial costs, especially on disadvantaged groups.
Analysts debate the effectiveness of work requirements for recipients of cash assistance in Kansas.