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Protecting the Grid
This free webinar Dec. 4 will look at how states can best assess risks to the electrical network and protect it.
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States and Federal Spending
This free webinar Dec. 5 will focus on a 50-state analysis of federal spending in the states created by The Pew Charitable Trusts.
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Child Welfare Newsletter
The latest issue of the Child Welfare Legislative Policy Update looks at the federal Preventing Sex Trafficking and Strengthening Families Act and the implications for states.
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Utility Submetering
Twenty-two states and Washington, D.C., have statutes, regulations or rulings related to utility submetering, a practice that allows individual electrical meters on multi-unit properties.

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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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