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Economist Christopher Thornberg Upbeat About Economy at NCSL Seminar

Economist Christopher Thornberg, founding partner of Beacon Economics, presented an optimistic outlook for the United States’ economy at the NCSL Fiscal Leaders Seminar last month in Scottsdale, Ariz.

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It's Not Just About a Confederate Flag License Plate

In Walker v. Texas Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles Board rejected the Texas Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans’ application for a specialty license plate featuring images of the Confederate Flag.

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Elections Advice: Partner Up for Better Balloting

Legislators are not alone in the quest to improve elections, panelists said during a discussion at last week's NCSL Forum in Washington, D.C., that focused on partnerships between lawmakers, secretaries of state, and local and state elections officials.

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Category: Ethics
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Prekindergarten Just Got a Boost in Many States

Many state legislatures continue to focus on developing and funding expansion in state prekindergarten programs to support children’s readiness for school. This topic will be one to watch in 2015.

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Limiting the Parental Rights of Sexual Assault Perpetrators

Between 17,000 and 32,000 rape-related pregnancies occur in the United States each year, according to multiple sources.

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New Member Advice from 'Sophomores' to 'Freshmen'

Stay involved with your community. Lean on your staff. Everyone in the building is a potential ally at some time. Partner up.

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First (and Only?) Environmental Supreme Court Case This Term Is a Big One

Three consolidated cases before the U.S. Supreme Court challenge a 2012 Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulation intended to limit mercury and other emissions from mostly coal-fired power plants. 

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Category: Public Policy
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Does the Americans With Disabilities Act Apply to Arrests?

The Fourth Amendment applies to arrests, no question about it. What about the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)?

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Category: Public Policy
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Early Care and Education Final 2014 Update

As we start the wind down of 2014 we finish up the year with our final quarterly Early Care and Education e-update.

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Signs, Signs, Everywhere (the Same?) Signs

Rarely does a U.S. Supreme Court case affect something that anyone might do on any given day. If you have ever put up or even read a temporary sign, Reed v. Town of Gilbert, Arizona may affect you.

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Category: Public Policy
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This blog offers updates on the National Conference of State Legislatures' research and training, the latest on federalism and the state legislative institution, and posts about state legislators and legislative staff. The blog is edited by NCSL staff and written primarily by NCSL's experts on public policy and the state legislative institution.

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