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Rewrite Outdated Traffic Laws Anyway?

When the U.S. Supreme Court accepted Heien v. North Carolina I recommended that state legislatures take a look at outdated traffic laws. The court’s decision in this case may make doing so less urgent—at least to avoid Fourth Amendment litigation.

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Sales Tax Revenues Expected to Jingle Into the New Year

The holiday season is upon us, which means that states can expect their tax revenues to jingle nicely in their pockets as they ring in the New Year.

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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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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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Legislative Staff Found Louisiana Hot and Hospitable During Seminars

The weather, the gumbo and the sessions were hot. That’s what the three professional development seminars (PDS) for legislative staff had in common when they met in the Pelican State this fall.

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Want Better Health? Encourage Stronger Relationships

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is funding five state health departments—California, Colorado, Massachusetts, North Carolina and Washington—to reduce childhood maltreatment and improve children’s health and well-being.

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New NCSL Report Shows Early Care/Education Appropriations Up by $368 Million

Overall, state appropriations to early care and education increased 3.8 percent ($368.8 million).

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Veterans Day: A Time to Pause and Remember Those Who Served

On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918, an armistice, or temporary cessation of hostilities, was declared between the Allied Nations and Germany in the First World War.

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Small Victory in Internet Sales Tax Possible from Supreme Court

If I were to describe the Supreme Court case Direct Marketing Association v. Brohl in these three words: “federal court jurisdiction” you would stop reading right?  But what if the three words were: “tax (on) internet purchases” you would keep reading right? 

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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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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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