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Privacy and Emerging Technology – Private Sector Perspectives on Regulation

Technological innovation never stops, and as our devices become more complex the question of how to keep our data secure is more important than ever.

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Justice Ginsburg’s Impact on State and Local Government

History will remember Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died at age 87 last Friday, as a smasher of glass ceilings, a feminist, a liberal, a dissenter, and an icon. States and local governments will also remember something subtler about her which was more visible in the Supreme Court’s lower profile cases. And that was her pragmatism.

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Privacy and Coronavirus Tracing Technology

If you had been exposed to someone with COVID-19, would you want to know? If you came down with the virus, would you want to be able to let others know if they had been near you, especially if you could remain anonymous?

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Now Playing: American Democracy Game Teaches Important Civics Lessons

A commitment to civics education and to helping legislators and legislative staff educate the public about representative democracy and the legislative process led to the 2011 launch of NCSL’s American Democracy Game.

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Check Out How NCSL Celebrated ADA30

The sweeping legislation that is the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) became the cornerstone of anti-discrimination protections for people with disabilities, ushering in a new era of opportunity for a community left long waiting when it became law on July 26, 1990.

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Do States Need More Federal Assistance in the Next Stimulus?

While not all states are experiencing the same level of lost revenues, many are experiencing some degree of economic downturn. States have received federal resources for virus-related expenses, but not to replenish the revenue shortfalls they are experiencing.

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An Intern's Summer Project: Combining Data Analytics With Political Science

I always wanted to combine data analytics with political science, because I believe that numbers and figures can help tell stories that we often ignore.

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Lawmakers Comment on George Floyd Killing, Racism

Like most Americans, state legislators have been moved deeply by the killing of George Floyd and the resulting protests and conversations.

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Legislators Bear the Torch of Democracy

State legislators fight for issues, represent their communities and commit their time to preserve and strengthen our democracy. That’s hard work. And in these strange and tumultuous times, legislating may feel harder than ever.

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NCSL Launches Tracking Database for Legislative Responses for Policing

Using NCSL’s new Legislative Responses for Policing State Bill Tracking Database you can track bills as they progress through state legislatures across the US and keep track of new proposals.

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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.