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New Report Highlights State Policy Options to Support Military Bases

A new NCSL resource designed to help state policymakers protect the presence and important economic impact of military installations within their borders was formally released today during a session of NCSL's Capitol Forum.

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Preparing for Duty: State Policy Options to Support Military Installations

A new NCSL resource will help state policymakers protect the presence and important economic impact of military installations within their borders.

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Honoring Veterans on This Day-and Every Day

On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918, an armistice was declared between the Allied Nations and Germany in the First Word War.

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More Than Half of Military Members Lack Confidence in Voting System

Did you know that 67 percent of military service members don’t have confidence that their ballot was counted during an election? Or that 56 percent of military service members think the process for receiving a ballot is too complicated or confusing?

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Military and Veterans Issues at NCSL Legislative Summit

State legislators from across the country will gather in Chicago on Aug. 8-9 to address the needs of military veterans and to explore how states and military leaders can further collaborate to safeguard the local military presence that both defends our nation and provides economic benefits to the state.

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Camo is the New Black: Webinar on Women in Uniform

Women have served their country through all periods of U.S. history, whether disguised as male soldiers during the American Revolution, as nurses in World War II, or as helicopter pilots in Afghanistan.

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