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State Unemployment Drops
Unemployment dropped in 31 states in September while rates increased in eight states and Puerto Rico. Eleven states and D.C. say no change.
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Ballot Measures Database
NCSL’s database includes all statewide ballot measures. On Election Night, each entry is updated with “pass” or “fail.”
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Quarantine and Isolation
Most states have laws authorizing quarantine and isolation. This NCSL table summarizes state statutes.
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Getting There
The latest issue of our quarterly transportation mobility newsletter looks at state coordinating councils, the status of the Highway Trust Fund and more.
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NCSL Forum
Plan now to attend the NCSL Forum Dec. 9-12 in Washington, D.C., to speak with one strong, unified voice on the issues that matter most to the states on Capitol Hill.
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StateVote 2014
NCSL has the resources you need to understand the 2014 legislative elections and the nearly 140 ballot measures that will appear on ballots in 40 states.
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Same-Sex Marriage
Sweeping changes by legislatures, voters and most recently the courts have led to at least 31 states and Washington, D.C., now recognizing same-sex marriage.
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LegisBriefs
The latest batch of NCSL LegisBriefs look at treating Hepatitis C, reducing state employee health insurance costs, increasing voter turnout and STEM learning in after-school programs.
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State Legislatures Magazine
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History of Voter ID
A new NCSL report looks at the history of states and voter ID, going back to 1950 when South Carolina passed the first such law.

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  • Studies Conflict on Voter ID Impact, Costs

    Just last week the Government Accountability Office (GAO) released "Issues Related to State Voter Identification Laws." The authors, program evaluators for the federal government, spent a year digging deep, deep down on some key questions.

 
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