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NCSL staff in front of the Denver headquarters.NCSL staff gathered in front of its headquarters in Denver to show support for Nevada Senator and NCSL President Debbie Smith, who recently underwent surgery. You can tweet your support with #SendingYouStrengthDebbie.





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  • New Initiative Aims to Improve Value of Health System

    Increasingly policymakers are asking the question, “What are we paying for with our state’s health care dollars?” Unfortunately, the answer often is, “Not the health system we want.”

  • State-Friendly Education Bill Hits Committee Mark-Up

    The Senate HELP Committee bill to reauthorize the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), currently known as No Child Left Behind (NCLB), moves forward this week with Tuesday’s mark-up of a bipartisan bill that represents intense negotiations between Chairman Senator Lamar Alexander (Tennessee) and Ranking Member Senator Patty Murray (Washington)—and in several key respects resembles the NCSL-NGA reauthorization plan that was released in February.

  • Lawmakers Focus on Preventing Traumatic Brain Injury

    Tragic stories of high school athletes sustaining serious and sometimes fatal injuries have been a key factor in all 50 states and the District of Columbia passing laws addressing traumatic brain injury in the past five years.

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