The December issue looks at the work states face to deal with the health care needs of an aging population and new approaches to teacher evaluations.
Last update: Dec. 6, 2013
Legislatureses are embracing social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube to communicate with constituents, and legislative agencies also increasingly have a presence in social media. This web page tracks legislative caucuses, chambers, agencies, committees and offices that actively use these tools. (Note: Some pages linked below may require registration or signing in (e.g., on Facebook) before they can be viewed.)
(See also: Legislative Social Networking Policies and NCSL's Blog: The Thicket (with links to state blogs and legislators' blogs), and follow NCSL on Facebook and on Twitter: @NCSLORG).
Blog, Photo Sharing
Legislative Analyst's Office
House and Senate Committees
Legislative Reference Bureau Library
Legislative Service Agency
House of Representatives
* States with no active social media sites found: Mississippi and North Dakota. Did we miss your official caucus or legislative social networking site? Contact Pam Greenberg, NCSL Denver Office, with updates and additions. (303) 364-7700 ext. 1413, email@example.com.
NCSL Social Media Sites:
NCSL on Facebook | NCSL YouTube Channel | Twitter-@NCSLORG | Twitter-@NALIT | Twitter-@NCSLLINCS
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Denver, CO 80230
Tel: 303-364-7700 | Fax: 303-364-7800
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Washington, D.C. 20001
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