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STATEVOTE 2014

graphic indicating "statevote"StateVote is your source for 2014 state election results and analysis. On Election Night, Nov. 4, visit the NCSL homepage for updated information on state legislative races. After the election, visit our StateVote homepage and the NCSL Blog for analysis of legislative races and statewide ballot measures. 

 

 

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STATE QUARANTINE AND ISOLATION 

medical staffFind out more about state law authority for quarantine and isolation within state borders, including authority to initiate quarantine and isolation, limitations on state quarantine powers, and penalties for violations.  

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MINIMUM WAGE INCREASES

MONEYMinimum wages will go up in nine states on Jan. 1, 2015 because of indexed increases in their state law.

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INTEGRATING RENEWABLES

RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCESView this publication exploring how utilities and legislatures are working to address renewable energy integration challenges and highlighting recently enacted legislation.

 

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UPDATES ON VOTER ID

VOTE BUTTONSA total of 34 states have passed laws requiring voters to show some form of identification at the polls. As of October 13, 31 of these voter identification laws are in force. 

This new NCSL chart shows the progression of legislation on voter identification from 2000 to 2014, and also provides a detailed timeline of enacted legislation.


 

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CHILD WELFARE UPDATE

YOUNG CHILDNCSL's Child Welfare Project monthly newsletter featuring information on new federal legislation, health coverage for foster children, foster care bill of rights and more. 


 

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OVERVIEW | RESEARCH

NCSL conducts policy research in a variety of areas ranging from agriculture and budget and tax issues and education to health care and immigration and transportation. NCSL’s experts are here to answer your questions and give you unbiased, comprehensive information as soon as you need it on issues facing state legislatures. We answer more than 20,000 requests for information a year. Call us anytime or check out our issues list to see what we have online.

Our consulting services on policy issues go beyond testifying. We help draft bills, organize workshops, and convene legislative-executive teams. NCSL staff are prepared to come to your state to work with legislators and staff on almost any public policy issue, or issue related to the management of a legislature. Contact your state’s liaison to schedule a briefing or to learn more about this service.

We also offer access to 50-state information and other legislative resources, such as weekly session schedules. You can find legislation in the 50 states, District of Columbia and Congress through NCSL’s new 50-State Bill Information Service, a searchable database containing the full text of legislation for the current session. You also can Join listservs and discussion groups, search tens of thousands of documents, receive personalized information on your issues, access NCSL books and newsletters, look-up your colleagues in the 50 states and take advantage of e-learning opportunities.

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