Newly introduced legislation would make Michigan the second state to lower its drunken-driving limit to a blood-alcohol concentration of 0.05 percent. Utah was the first.
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem has signed a package of bills aimed at curbing abortion. One law will require providers to use a state form that women must sign before they can end a pregnancy.
Republicans on the Wisconsin Building Commission are refusing to endorse Democratic Gov. Tony Evers' plan for $2.5 billion worth of construction projects across the state.
A new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research finds that most Americans have some concern that Trump's campaign had improper connections to Russia.
Republican Nathan Nelson won the special election to fill the vacant state House District 11B seat in east-central Minnesota. He succeeds Republican Jason Rarick, who moved to the state Senate.
Minnesota Senate Republican leaders are reviving a proposal to use tax credits to funnel donations into scholarships for low- and middle-income students to attend private schools. The proposal had been dropped in 2017 after a veto threat from former Gov. Mark Dayton.
Wisconsin Supreme Court candidates Brian Hagedorn and Lisa Neubauer are defending their past actions that have become fodder for criticism during the campaign.
Wisconsin Democrats are proposing a bill that would require all first-time drunken drivers to use ignition interlock devices. The requirement currently only applies to first-time drunken drivers if their blood alcohol level was at least 0.15 percent.