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ASLCS Professional Journal Index 2003 to 2011

Professional Journal Index (2003-2013)
American Society of Legislative Clerks and Secretaries

ASLCS logoProfessional Journal's from 1996 to 2002 are archived. Please contact the ASLCS liaison for a copy of the archived Journal or a specific article.

Revised January 2014

 

 
Fall 2013, Volume 18, Number 1
  • Page   2 — Information for Authors

  • Page   3 — The Recording of the Tennessee General Assembly by the Tennessee State Library and Archives:
                         One State History of Legislative History—Eddie Weeks

  • Page   9 — Amending the State Constitution in Minnesota: An over of the Constitutional Process—Matt Gehring

  • Page 18 — The Gergen Proposition: Initiating a Review of State Legislatures to Determine Their Readiness to
                          Lead America in the 21st Century—D. Adam Crumbliss

  • Page 32 — Professional Journal Index

Spring 2011, Volume 17, Number 1
  • Page   2 — Information for Authors

  • Page   3 — Ethics Commissions: Representing the Public Interest—Megan Comlossy

  • Page 11 — Life Through the Eyes of a Senate Intern—Nicholas Galvin

  • Page 15 — Cloture: Its Inception and Usage in the Alabama Senate—Jon C. Morgan

  • Page 35 — Professional Journal Index

Fall 2010, Volume 16, Number 2
  • Page   2 — Information for Authors

  • Page   3 — Conducting Special Session Outside the State Capitol—Tisha Gieser

  • Page   7 — How Do They Do It? Comparative International Legislative Practices—Russell D. Grove

  • Page 17 — Tragedy in Richmond—Scott Maddrea

  • Page 27 — Professional Journal Index

Spring 2010, Volume 16, Number 1
  • Page   2 — Information for Authors

  • Page   3 — Public-Private Partnerships:Legislative Oversight of Information and Technology—Ashley Colvin

  • Page 17 — Adoption of Procedural Rules by the Oklahoma House of Representatives:  An Examination of the
                          Historical Origins and Practical Methodology Associated with the Constitutional Right of
                          American Legislative Bodies to Adopt Rules of Legislative Procedure—Joel G. Kintsel

  • Page 25 — Too Much Work, Not Enough Time: A Virginia Case Study in Improving the
                          Legislative Process—Robert J. Austin

  • Page 41 — Professional Journal Index

Fall 2009, Volume 15, Number 2
  • Page   2 — Information for Authors

  • Page   3 — Data Rot and Rotten Data: The Twin Demons of Electronic Information Storage—Eddie Weeks

  • Page   8 — "An institutional ability to evaluate our own programs:" The Concept of Legislative Oversight
                          and the History of Performance Auditing in Nebraska, 1974-2009—Don Arp, Jr.

  • Page 15 — The Sweet Path - Your Journey, Your Way: Choices, connections and a guide to the sweet path in
                         government portal modernization—Paul W. Taylor and John Miri

  • Page 33 — Book Review of Democracy's Privileged Few: Legislative Privilege and Democratic Norms in the
                         British and American Constitutions
    Charles Robert

  • Page 39 — Professional Journal Index

Spring 2009, Volume 15, Number 1
  • Page   2 — Information for Authors

  • Page   3 — Legislative Rules and Operations: In Support of a Principled Legislative Process—Robert J. Marchant

  • Page  27 — Irony, Insanity, and Chaos—David A Rosenberg, Esq.

  • Page  37 — Professional Journal Index

Fall 2008, Volume 14, Number 2
  • Page   2 — Information for Authors

  • Page   3 — Helping Legislators Legislate: An Executive Program for State Senators
                          —Laura Leete and Steven Maser

  • Page 19 — Removal by Address in Massachusetts and the Action of the Legislature on the Petition for the
                         Removal of Mr. Justice Piece—Norman Pidgeon

  • Page 22 — Three Minutes—Claire J. Clift

  • Page 24 — Virginia Law: It's Online, But Should You Use It?—Timothy L. Coggins

  • Page 28 — Professional Journal Index

Spring 2008, Volume 14, Number 1
  • Page   2 — Information for Authors

  • Page   3 — Ohio’s Constitutional Showdown: Governor’s Veto Power under Section 16, Article II, Ohio
                         Constitution State ex Rel. Ohio Gen Assembly v. Brunner and Enrolled Bill Case Study United
                         Autoworkers, et al., vs. Jennifer Brunner, Ohio Secretary of State—Laura Clemens

  • Page 11 — Restoring Jefferson’s Capitol to Democracy—Jim Wooten

  • Page 14 — The True Force of Guidance Documents in Virginia’s Administrative
                         Agencies—Patrick Regan

  • Page  30 — Professional Journal Index

Fall 2007, Volume 13, Number 2
  • Page   2 — Information for Authors

  • Page   3 — Perjury, Contempt and Privilege—Oh My!—Charles Robert and Blair Armitage

  • Page 19 — Silencing the Blogosphere: A First Amendment Caution to Legislators Considering
                         Using Blogs to Communicate Directly with Constituents—Wes Sullenger

  • Page 69 — Government by Consensus – Restrictions on Formal Business in the

                         Massachusetts Legislature Inspire Innovative Ways to Govern—Steven T. James

  • Page 76 — Professional Journal Index

Spring 2006, Volume 12, Number 1
  • Page   2 — Information for Authors

  • Page   3 — A Consultancy in Iraq — John B. Phelps

  • Page 22 — Passage of Bills and Budgets in the United States System -
                         A Small State's Perspective—JoAnn Hedrick

  • Page 26 — E-Democracy - How are Legislatures Doing?—Sharon Crouch Steidel

  • Page 29 — Professional Journal Index

Fall 2005, Volume 11, Number 1
  • Page   2 — Information for Authors

  • Page   4 — Judging Legislatures—Tim Hodson

  • Page 13 — The Use of Consent Calendars In American State Legislatures—Harvey J. Tucker

  • Page 22 — The Balance Between Video Conferencing By The Virginia
                          General Assembly And Requirements Of Virginia’s Freedom Of
                           Information Act—John Garrett

  • Page  29 — When The Equilibrium Breaks, The Staffing Will Fall –
                           Effects Of Changes In Party Control Of State Legislatures And
                           Imposition Of Term Limits On Legislative Staffing—Gary R. VanLandingham

  • Page  44  — Professional Journal Index

Fall 2004, Volume 10, Number 2
  • Page   2 — Information for Authors

  • Page   3 — Congressional Redistricting - Texas Style—Patsy Spaw

  • Page 10 — The New Hampshire Redistricting Follies—Steve Winter

  • Page 14 — Shifting Sands of Redistricting Law—Tim Storey

  • Page 19 — Book Review: Warren M. Billings' A Little Parliament—Jay Braxton

  • Page 21 — Professional Journal Index

Spring 2004, Volume 10, Number 1
  • Page   2 — Information for Authors

  • Page   3 — Notes on the Early History of the Office of Legislative Clerk—John B. Phelps

  • Page 10 — My Roommate Has a Mohawk And A Spike Collar—Matthew Dunlap

  • Page 13 — The Power of the Executive vs Legislature: Court Cases and
                          Parliamentary Privilege—Steven T. James

  • Page 16 — The Westminster System: Does It Work in Canada—E. George MacMinn

  • Page 21 — Professional Journal Index

Fall 2003, Volume 9, Number 2
  • Page   2 — Information for Authors

  • Page   3 — Forward

  • Page   4 — First-Term Speakers in a Divided Government—Thomas J. Cosgrove

  • Page 10 — I Will Survive: One Bill's Journey Through the Arizona Legislature—Michelle Morales

  • Page 14 — Virginia's Judicial Selection Process—LaToya Gray

  • Page 21 — The Will of the People: Arizona's Legislative Process—Matthew S. Bailey

  • Page 25 — Professional Journal Index

Spring 2003, Volume 9, Number 1
  • Page   2 — Information for Authors

  • Page   3 — Legislative Logjams Reconsidered—Harvey J. Tucker

  • Page   7 — Performance Evaluations for Legislative Staff—Andrew Geiger

  • Page 10 — How State Legislatures Communicate with the
                          Federal Government—Thomas H. Clapper

  • Page 16 — Judicial Selection: An Important Process—Jerry Howe

  • Page 21 — Professional Journal Index

 

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