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Gov. Nathan Deal today instructed the state Department of Natural Resources to return Bibles to cabins and lodge rooms at state parks, according to the Office of the Governor.
Two of the most controversial bills Maryland state lawmakers grappled with this session became law Thursday.
Dec. 10, 2007: In this file photo, Philadelphia police officer Richard DeCoatsworth, who was shot in the face on duty while making a traffic stop, listens to Gov.
With its ranks deeply divided, the Boy Scouts of America is asking its local leaders from across the country to decide whether its contentious membership policy should be overhauled so that openly gay boys can participate in Scout units.
Gov. Mary Fallin is proposing a last-minute legislative change to the state's Insure Oklahoma program that would direct $50 million in state tobacco taxes to pay for more than 9,000 Oklahomans who are expected to lose their health insurance under the program.
The state's independent budget analyst said Friday that California will take in $3.2 billion more in tax revenue than Gov.
A federal judge has granted a request to temporarily block enforcement of a new Arkansas law that bans most abortions 12 weeks into a pregnancy.
A Texas tea party group said the Internal Revenue Service asked about its involvement in verifying signatures provided in the effort to recall Republican Gov.
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn must decide if he will sign a measure allowing the use of marijuana for medical purposes after the state Senate approved legislation on Friday.
One of the sport utility vehicles assigned to the governor's office is getting more than $10,000 in repairs after getting caught on a security gate at the state Capitol.
The state Department of Workforce Development reported the latest figure on Thursday.
Every day across America, people check into private hotels and resorts and find a Gideon Bible in the nightstand.
Two former death row inmates who have since been exonerated urged Florida Gov. Rick Scott on Wednesday to veto legislation that would expedite the state's capital punishment process, worrying it will condemn some innocent people to death.
An auto parts maker is adding a new building and 100 full-time jobs to its operation in Bowling Green.
Detroit's next mayor will inherit a city low on cash and an office low on power, yet nearly two dozen candidates are seeking the job anyway.