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NCSL LegisBrief

Improving Election Accuracy

States already use geographical information systems for redistricting. Now, are they beginning to deploy GIS for election administration.

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Broadband 2019 Legislation

This page summarizes the 2019 state legislation regarding broadband, including funding, governance authorities and commissions, educational institutions, municipal-run broadband, infrastructure and taxes.

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Women in State Legislatures

This page contains statistics about women in state legislatures for 2020. Approximately 2,145 women serve in the 50 state legislatures in 2020. Women make up 29% of all state legislators nationwide.

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2020 State Legislative Session Calendar

NCSL provides information on legislative sessions in each state, district and territory. Find out the 2020 state legislative session dates: when state sessions begin, adjourn and convene for special sessions.

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Status

 Not Yet Convened

 In Session

* Legislature meets throughout the year

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Our American States

The “Our American States” podcast is where you hear compelling conversations that tell the story of America’s state legislatures, the people in them, the politics that compel them, and the important work of democracy.

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Magazine

Infrastructure Issue

Urgent infrastructure needs are straining public resources. This month, the magazine examines the policies, planning frameworks and new funding approaches states are using to improve infrastructure systems in four vital areas.

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Blog

How are Infants and Toddlers Doing in Your State?

Brain development in the first years of life provides the foundation for all future learning and development, and yet the randomness of where a child is born or lives often determines whether they have access to the services they need to thrive in their earliest years.