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Governors Races Affect Legislatures, Too

Thirty-six governors races will be decided on Election Day, and those races matter to NCSL members for at least three reasons.

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N.J. Legislature Sends Bail Reform to Voters

New Jersey voters will decide on Election Day whether courts should be allowed to deny pretrial release to the state's most dangerous offenders.

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Choice of Health Insurers Expands 25%--First Look by States

The last six weeks of 2014 bring more than Thanksgiving and end-of-year holidays.

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Leadership Traits, Personal Branding - and Tinkertoys - in Focus at Women Leaders Symposium

Several dozen women legislators gathered in Park City, Utah earlier this month for NCSL’s first Women Legislative Leaders Symposium.

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Spoiler Alert: We Know How You're Going to Vote!

How will voters vote on Nov. 4? I can’t tell you if they’ll turn out for Democrats or Republicans or whether they’ll vote their pocketbooks or their values. But I can give you an idea of how voters will cast their ballots—literally—come Election Day.

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Missouri Voters to Decide Governor’s Role in the Budget Process

Missouri voters will determine on Election Day whether their governor will retain the power to withhold money when revenues fail to meet their projected targets.

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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. As recent news stories have shown, the issue of domestic and family violence remains prevalent.

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Transportation Issues Roll Toward Election Day

Transportation policy debates and headlines have consumed their fair share of public policy oxygen in 2014.

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You Say 'Interpretive,' I Say 'Substantive.' Court Will Decide.

Interpretive and substantive rules. What is the difference? The U.S. Supreme Court will decide this issue in Perez v. Mortgage Bankers Association

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Legislative Turnover Projection: Normal

Nationally, legislative turnover is expected to be within the usual range of 19 to 20 percent this year.

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