Amazon announced that it was ahead of schedule in the hiring process for its second headquarters in Arlington, Virginia. In a blog post, the company announced that it will have 400 Arlington-based employees hired by the end of 2019 and 25,000 over the next decade.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine says he is considering “red flag” gun legislation in the wake of mass shootings that target places of worship.
Three Kent State University employees are suing their AFSCME council, alleging that the union continued to take dues out of their paychecks despite the employees attempts to resign.
A provision in Gov. Mike DeWine’s budget proposal would require a $250 licensing fee for tattoo artists and body piercers, ear piercing excluded. The fee would be a per-person fee, not a per-facility fee.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Kentucky, will introduce a bill next month to raise the national age of tobacco sales from 18 to 21, primarily to curb the rise in teenage vaping.
Unions and progressives who are agitating for new federal regulations on employers’ compensation decisions insinuate that pay differences between men and women in American workplaces are due to sexism. But some of those unions may have a pay gap perception problem of their own.
The Michigan American Civil Liberties Union is suing the 36th District Court and the Wayne County sheriff on behalf of low-income Detroit residents who are caught up in the legal system and unable to afford bail.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam said Monday that “The Walking Dead” will film the debut of its upcoming offshoot series in Virginia and that the film will be eligible for a tax subsidy.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s suggestion to possibly carve out special tax breaks for recent college graduates is “fundamentally unfair” to Michiganders who did not go to college, according to a scholar at the Michigan-based, free-market Mackinac Center.
Two Republican-backed Virginia House bills to prevent an inadvertent $1.2 billion tax increase passed the House of Delegates Tuesday, a move proponents say will help middle-class Virginians. The legislation would also conform the state tax code to the federal tax code.