The legislation would void any court, arbitration, tribunal or administrative agency decisions that are based on a foreign law and “repugnant” or “inconsistent” with the state and U.S. constitutions.
U.S. Senator Claire McCaskell chaired a Senate hearing to examine how “robocalls” are harming consumers.
Senators voted 34-20 Thursday, but the matter must go back to the House for consideration of an amendment that deals with ticketing.
The Senate Executive Committee voted 10-5 Wednesday to send the measure to the full Senate.
The Illinois Senate has approved a measure that would protect consumers who buy a dog or cat and then find out that the animal is ill.
Grammy nominated Singer/Song Writer Lisa Loeb stopped by the studio this morning to talk with Jon about her new albums. That is right you read albums; Lisa has put out a new children’s album titled […]
The measure would extend the state’s “safe harbor” period which currently allows parents to turn over babies up within a five day window.
The formula would divide higher education funding into six main categories within each institution.
Maintains that “freaked out” Chinese hold key to preventing all-out war.
A sweeping anti-abortion bill that blocks tax breaks for providers and outlaws abortions solely because of the baby’s sex cleared the Kansas Senate on Friday, setting up a House vote that could send the measure to Gov. Sam Brownback.