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  • Rhode Island lawmakers consider bill to protect abortion

    Lawmakers in Rhode Island are seriously considering whether to enshrine abortion protections in state law, joining states around the country that are revisiting their laws in anticipation of renewed fights over abortion.

  • Georgia hate crimes bill passes House Committee

    A hate crimes bill that would add penalties for those convicted of targeting certain groups was approved by a House committee Tuesday. If it becomes law, Georgia would join 45

  • Indiana lawmakers have 400 bills at session’s halfway mark

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Indiana lawmakers are entering the second half of the legislative session with more than 400 bills still alive, including legislation on teacher pay, gambling and hate crimes. Lawmakers are set to begin considering legislation Monday, including a bill that would provide $611 million for education and legislation

    The Washington Times