September 27, 2016

NewsOK By Brianna Bailey September 26, 2016 On Nov. 8, Oklahomans will head to the polls to weigh in on everything from the president and state legislators, to state questions and school bonds. And speaking of state questions, here’s a look at everything you need to know about the right-to-farm …

September 26, 2016

The Daily Texan By Forest Milburn September 26, 2016 The 85th Legislature will finally put to test several theories on what role the state can constitutionally play in policy disputes with localities, which could potentially impact Austin’s ride-hailing regulations and transgender bathroom ordinance, according to state lawmakers Saturday. As part …

May 23, 2016

Philly Voice By Jake Blumgart May 20, 2016 Before summer blockbusters run on the big screen, audience members are bombarded with ads against “the grocery tax,” as the soda industry prefers to call it, while our city’s proposed sugary drinks tax is discussed in publications from NPR to the New …