BATON ROUGE, La. (May 24, 2016) – Yesterday, the Louisiana Senate passed a bill that would expand the state’s current “Right to Try” law. It now goes on to the governor’s desk for his signature.Details
Nationwide opposition to Common Core is on the rise, and more and more students and parents are choosing to opt-out on their own. According to a story by U.S. News & World Report over half a million school-aged children opted out of Common Core standardized testing last year. In New York around a fifth of students simply didn’t take the tests.Details
Bills recently signed into law in two states expand medical marijuana access, further nullifying federal prohibition in practice.Details
by Ryan McMaken, originally published at Mises.org.
Last year, we covered a story coming out of Texas in which the state government was planning to institute a state-controlled “gold depository” that would allow individuals to store their gold in a presumably safe place outside the United States banking system.Details