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Corrections Reform Leaders Share Experience

The February edition of State Legislatures magazine features a group of legislators recognized as leaders on sentencing and corrections policy who recently took part in a roundtable discussion at NCSL’s Denver.

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State Legislatures Magazine Has a New Home Page!

Drumroll, please … State Legislatures magazine has a new online look!

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The February issue of State Legislatures looks at the challenges facing lawmakers as they start their 2016 sessions. 

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Wanted: Governor, Experience Preferred

Does state legislative experience matter for governors?

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Setting the Scene for 2016

State Legislatures Editor Julie Lays gathered a group of NCSL’s policy experts to make a list of emerging policy topics sure to generate legislative heat in the coming year.

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The January 2016 issue of State Legislatures looks at key issues lawmakers will face as they return to legislative sessions. This issue also profiles a quirkly former football coach who upended the world of legislative research, assesses the pros and cons of legislative experience for governors, offers an interview with economist Christopher Thornberg and much more.

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Colorado Inches Ahead of Vermont For No. 1 Among Women Legislators

Folks in Colorado are rightfully proud of the high proportion of women in their state Legislature.

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December Issue of State Legislatures Now Online

With police and communities increasingly on edge after more than a year of high-profile deadly encounters between officers and unarmed black men in cities across the country, the December issue of State Legislatures magazine includes a thought-provoking look at the state of policing in America.

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The December issue looks at policing in America, the demographic makeup of state legislatures, the battle in the West against drought and wildfires, and much more.

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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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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.