Legislative News

The Louisiana House of Representatives has passed Bill 71, which requires all schools that receive state funding to display the Ten Commandments.

Kansas’ governor on Friday vetoed a proposed ban on gender-affirming care for minors, a measure to require more reporting from abortion providers and what she called a “vague” bill making it a crime to coerce someone into having an abortion.

In the past week, lawmakers passed bills to force students to watch a video on abortion education which some medical experts say is inaccurate, learn about gun safety and allow teachers to carry guns in schools.

The Wyoming legislature on Thursday passed a bill banning minors from receiving transgender treatments in the state.

The bellwether state of Ohio has become the 23rd state to protect children from transgender injections and surgeries, and the 24th to safeguard fairness and privacy in women’s sports, as lawmakers voted overwhelmingly to override the Republican governor’s veto.

A new poll of Missouri voters found strong support for various forms of school choice.

The Florida Legislature passed a law revising the funding processes of the state’s various school choice programs.

Modern-day teachers’ unions are major political actors with multimillion-dollar budgets and agendas often unrelated to reading, writing and arithmetic.

After two-years of deliberations, the Georgia General Assembly is on the brink of passing the state’s biggest school choice program ever.

The Ohio Department of Education has approved nearly 90,000 scholarships during the state’s first year of universal school choice.

A Colorado bill to tighten charter school regulations has faced strong resistance, including from the state’s Democrat governor.

Utah public schools will now have the ability to teach the Ten Commandments after a new law was passed in the Legislature.

Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon signed the state’s first school choice program into law, but not without vetoing part of the measure.

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey signed a bill restricting the teaching of “divisive concepts” and limiting diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) programs at public schools, universities and state agencies.

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