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"Medicaid-For-All" Legislation On the Rise in Several States

As states discuss ways to provide their citizens with affordable health care, one effort gaining traction would offer Medicaid plans on a state’s insurance marketplace, allowing those who previously did not qualify to gain access. These “Medicaid-for-all” plans, more...

The Future After Wayfair
State legislatures have been working for years to find ways to keep their revenue streams current with the rise of e-commerce by pursuing a variety of mechanisms to expand the bounds of their taxing authority. But on June 21, the United States Supreme Court blew the...
Local Policy Digest

MultiState's Local Policy Digest explores the top legislative developments from municipalities across the U.S.

Legislative Session Review: Louisiana

Louisiana adjourned its 2018 regular session sine die on May 18, but then held two special sessions with brief breaks between them. Lawmakers also held a two-week special session in February. Governor John Bel Edwards (D) finished acting on the bills sent to his desk on...

States Continue to Push for State-Mandated Auto-Enroll Retirement Programs

More than 30 million U.S. workers report that they do not have access to an employer-based retirement plan, according to a Pew Charitable Trusts report. In an attempt to narrow this coverage gap, states have begun exploring ways to offer private-sector workers,...

Voters Make Oklahoma 30th State to Legalize Medical Marijuana

Yesterday, voters in Oklahoma approved a ballot measure (State Question 788) to legalize medical marijuana in the state. Oklahoma will become the 30th state to legalize medical marijuana, while nine states as well as Washington, D.C., have legalized the recreational use...

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