Meet the new governor: sharply partisan and upwardly mobile
"Certainly those that want a national profile, they may well need to be partisan, just because of the way the nominating process works," says Bill Pound, executive director of the National Conference of State Legislatures. "They've got to get out and appeal to whatever base it is, on either side." NPR
Little appetite for Internet sales tax bill in House yet: co-sponsor
“Among House members, there’s not an appetite—yet,” Rep. Steve Womack, an Arkansas Republican, told reporters. Womack and [Rep. Jackie] Speier both spoke Wednesday at an event organized by the National Governors Association and the National Conference of State Legislatures. MarketWatch
FBI uses drones in domestic surveillance, Mueller says
Bills have been introduced in at least 18 states to limit or regulate such aircraft, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures. Bloomberg
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