No new state has passed a National Popular Vote bill since CA did in Aug of 2011.
This movement is designed to guarantee that the popular vote winner wins the most Electoral Votes:http://www.nationalpopularvote.com/index.php
This started off to prevent a "wrong winner", like Bush in 2000 who won the electoral vote but lost the popular vote by 540,000 votes. The support for the bill has come from 9 states that voted Democratic in each election since 1992.
However I am wondering if the Democrats have dropped this effort because with a close election in the offing, it is likely Obama could win the Electoral Vote but lose the popular vote. Assuming a uniform 9% vote shift nationally, in 2008 Obama would have won in the electoral college even if McCain had won the popular vote by >2% (or 2,4000, 000 votes).
So could it be that to protect Obama's chances, no new state has passed the National Popular Vote bill since last summer?