States teaming with industry to train workers, the debate over Voter ID, Common Core standards in the states, the benefits of big data and much more are explored in this month's issue.
From time to time security in state capitols is in the news. Links to articles in this section are for informational purposes only. NCSL does not endorse any views these news stories provide. Links more than two weeks old may no longer be active. If you are interested in reading an article whose link is inactive, please contact the newspaper in which the story was published.
Updated April 13, 2011
Texas - Bill would let lawmakers carry guns everywhere - Austin American Statesman - April 13, 2011
Kentucky - More people carrying handguns into state Capitol - Kentuncy.com - Apr 9, 2011
Wisconsin - Capitol security costs: $3.2 million and counting – Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - Mar.28, 2011
Louisiana - Capitol security plan has not advanced, frustrating Louisiana lawmakers – NOLA.com - Feb. 2, 2011
Texas - Senators uneasy about new Capitol security measures – Statesman.com – Feb. 1, 2011
Maine - Maine Legislative Leaders Order Review of State House Security - Maine Public Broadcasting Network – Jan. 12, 2011
Missouri - Lawmaker Reflects on Capitol Security in Wake of Arizona Shooting – Missouri News Horizon – Jan. 11, 2011
For more information on state capitol security, contact Morgan Cullen or Kae Warnock in NCSL's Denver office.
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