Senate Bill 7 would slash extended early voting hours, make it illegal for local officials to send absentee ballot applications to qualified individuals without them first requesting one and completely end drive-thru voting, the method used by approximately 127,000 Texans during the 2020 election.
New Hampshire ranks first out of the 50 states when it comes to taxpayer rate of return, according to a new analysis. WalletHub compared the 50 states across the areas of health, safety, education, economy and infrastructure and pollution.
H.B. 7041 would implement voter ID requirements for mail-in voting and limit who can drop off a ballot at a drop box to an immediate family member or somebody living at the same residence as the elector.
USA TODAY Sports’ race and inclusion editor Hemal Jhaveri announced Friday she was fired after falsely saying an “angry white man” was responsible for Monday’s mass shooting in Boulder, Colorado.
Social media companies have policed coronavirus-related content based on information from top health organizations, even as those organizations have contradicted themselves.
A new study shows New Hampshire ranks third highest in the country for high property taxes. According to findings released by financial website WalletHub, the state has a 2.18% tax rate with consumers paying $5,701 in real estate taxes on a home with a $261,700 median value.
The Senate held its first hearing on Democrats’ legislation to nationalize elections while eliminating voter ID and most other state election safeguards. Former Attorney General Eric Holder testified that voter fraud “simply doesn’t exist.”
It’s become so bad that Border Patrol agents are being ordered to prevent journalists from taking video and pictures of what’s happening at the border. The photos that have emerged haven’t looked good. The detention centers, or what CNN described as “jail-like facilities,” appear to be overflowing.
While the Senate will likely vote on H.R. 8 and H.R. 1446, two gun control bills that passed the House last week, they would both need 60 votes to overcome an all but certain Republican filibuster. There is even division among Democrats, as West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin came out against both bills Tuesday.
Almost 50% of Americans said that they had visited family or friends in the past month, according to the poll, up from just 39% in February. And 45% said that they had gone out to eat, up 12 points from the past month as well.
The report, released by the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy, found that so-called Educational Freedom Accounts could save the state’s taxpayers more than $6.5 million the first two years.
According to the survey, financial worries have surpassed coronavirus as the top stressor in the country, with 30 percent saying money problems are their biggest concern — 15 percent higher than last year — compared to 28 percent who said the virus is.