What Biden can do on his first day in office, plus right-to-work laws.
Ranked-choice voting: what it is and why we should consider using it more in the U.S.
Results from the 2020 elections.
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How the outcome of Texas v. California could affect the U.S. health care system and how Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation could change previous outlooks.
D.O.J. files an antitrust suit against Google, the 2020 presidential campaign reaches its home stretch, plus One Last Thought on gun access.
Why we need to consider utilizing and improving multi-jurisdictional or regional cooperation.
This week: COVID cases are spiking, Trump and Biden held town halls, and the Census is put on ice.
A 50-state look at each state’s “court of last resort,” commonly called “supreme courts.”
Trump-induced whiplash for stimulus talks, domestic terrorism in Michigan, and a congressional call to address Big Tech.