Price St. Clair is a reporter for The Dispatch. He is a graduate of Furman University, where he studied political science.
The RESTRICT Act has bipartisan support, but critics say it may not work as intended.
Free-market reforms and an infusion of federal funds convinced GOP lawmakers to ditch their opposition to the Obama-era policy.
Idaho’s state legislature paves the way for the execution method’s return.
The Manhattan district attorney’s case likely would rely on tenuous legal reasoning.
A bipartisan group of senators ponders shoring up the program—but political will is limited.
Plus: A Q&A with the freshman representative from Michigan’s 3rd District.
How gain-of-function research fits into Congress’ COVID origins investigations: a Dispatch Explainer.
The expiration of a temporary pandemic measure could cause headaches for states and Medicaid enrollees.
Quirky circumstances may give Michigan Republicans bragging rights even though Democrats control the state legislature and governorship.
American teens’ declining mental health prompts a bipartisan push to regulate kids’ use of social media.