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Farm Bill Signed by President

President Obama signed the Agricultural Act of 2014 (2014 Farm Bill) into law Friday during a visit to Michigan State University, marking an end to the multi-year and multi-bill process for reauthorizing the 2008 Farm Bill.

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	Farm and Forest Issues at the Forefront of New Climate Initiative

Seven climate center hubs that will track how the farm and forest industry, specifically, is affected by climate change will be created, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack announced Wednesday. Not only will the hubs be centers for information gathering, they will also provide farmers, foresters and rural communities with guidance and technical assistance in adapting to extreme weather conditions.

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Category: Public Policy
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Voter ID and Amendment Requirements

Photo voter ID legislation introduced in the Missouri Senate seems likely to clear the state legislature this session.

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U.S. House Members Seek Funding Boost for Special Education

Questions about special education funding are being raised by a group of U.S. House members as Washington awaits the release of President Obama’s federal fiscal year 2015 budget expected in early March.  

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LBJ: Watching a Maestro at Work

Attendees at NCSL’s Executive Committee meeting in Austin, Texas, were treated to a first-hand recollection of the persuasive power of President Lyndon Johnson during an event at the LBJ library Friday night.

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Busting Common Myths About Teen Pregnancy

Think you know the stats on teen pregnancy and childbearing in your state? The facts may surprise you. Read on to “bust” some of the more common misconceptions, or check out NCSL’s updated interactive map to see where your state stands.

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From Time to Time... Natural Resource and Infrastructure Issues Addressed in State of the Union

Within the State of the Union speech the president touched on a number of issues relevant to natural resources and infrastructure policies.

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Wyoming Representative Sue Wallis Dies, Leaves Legacy of Public Service and Poetry

Representative Sue Wallis, who served four terms in the Wyoming Legislature, died Tuesday. She was 56.

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Category: Legislators, NCSL
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Minimum Wage Action Is in the States

When it comes to the minimum wage, the feds get the attention but the action is in the states.

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Presidential Election Commission Recommends More Online Registration, Better Access to Polls

The Presidential Commission on Election Administration's recommendations include more online registration, easier access to polls, better polling place management and reform of voting machine technology.

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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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