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Research

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Campaign Finance Regulation

Whether, and how, states regulate campaign finance varies greatly. This webpage provides a national overview of options and compares existing policies to those of the rest of the nation.

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Behavioral Health Policy Series

Explore our four-part series looking at how state legislative actions attempt to increase access to mental and behavioral health-related services.

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Electronic Ballot Return

This page contains information about the 31 states that allow certain voters to return absentee ballots electronically.

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State Options for Managing the 340B Program

Recent headlines discussing various implications of the federal 340B Drug Pricing Program (340B) have spurred legislators’ interest. But what is 340B?

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Family First State Plans and Enacted Legislation

An overview of state Title IV-E plans and enacted legislation regarding the Family First Prevention Services Act.

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Rural Emergency Hospitals

Rural emergency hospital (REH) is a new Medicare provider designation established by Congress through the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021. REHs reinforce access to outpatient medical services in areas that may not be able to sustain a full-service hospital.

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Overview