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Who Serves? NCSL/Pew Report Has Some Answers

The nation’s state legislators are an imperfect reflection of the nation they represent.

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Lawmakers Aiming to Referee Daily Fantasy Sports

Will state legislators be dealing with daily fantasy sports games in 2016? You can bet on it.

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NCSL Releases New Telehealth Report at Capitol Forum

The face of medicine for an increasing number of Americans is not that of the doctor sitting across from them in the examining room but the image on a computer screen reaching out from across the miles or even from just across town.

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NCSL Lobby Day Brings State, Federal Lawmakers Together

More than 150 state legislators participated in 164 scheduled meetings with their congressional delegations Wednesday during Lobby Day as part of the NCSL Capitol Forum.

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Task Force Members Share Health Innovations Ideas

NCSL’s Task Force on Innovations in State Health Systems gathered during the NCSL Capitol Forum for a roundtable discussion to exchange ideas and solicit feedback on health issues in their state.

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Will Drones Re-Invent Our Concept of Privacy?

Will drones re-invent our concept of privacy? Is spying from the sky the same as climbing over your neighbor's 10-foot fence for a look-see? Is surveillance of land equivalent to the surveillance of people? Should police have to ask the public's permission to watch us?

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All Electricity is Not the Same, Nuclear Advocates Tell Forum Session

Nuclear power advocates told a session at the NCSL Capitol Forum on Tuesday that acknowledging the differences in how electricity is produced is crucial if their industry's strengths are to be sustained.

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Join us Online for Complete Capitol Forum Coverage

Hooked on policy? If so, NCSL's Capitol Forum is the place to park your attention this week.

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This blog offers updates on the National Conference of State Legislatures' research and training, the latest on federalism and the state legislative institution, and posts about state legislators and legislative staff. The blog is edited by NCSL staff and written primarily by NCSL's experts on public policy and the state legislative institution.