Last Sunday I was introduced to a fact that has just dumbfounded by mind.
The old saying says “blood is thicker than water,” but millennials continue to change the narrative as “Friendsgiving” takes the place of a traditional Thanksgiving dinner. When I moved to
More than 300 laws took effect Nov. 1. Let me give you a snapshot of a few of them. The first two are laws I authored. House Bill 2051 allows
At the Capitol, we are continuing to gear up for the 2020 legislative session, which begins February 3. The Senate’s appropriations subcommittees are holding hearings with state agencies to
In 1863, in the midst of the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed a national day of Thanksgiving. Of course, this wasn’t the first such proclamation to be issued –