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Articles from State Legislatures (May 1, 2005)

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A bill requiring Georgia voters to show a photo identification before casting a ballot stirred up controversy and threats of censure in the state House. Brief Article 181
A foreign concern. Brief Article 248
A question of marriage. Brief Article 111
Adversaries always: legislators and reporters see their own as ethical. But neither profession thinks too highly of the morals of the other. Moore, Nicole Casal 2095
Arizona Representative David Burnell Smith has been ordered to leave office for overspending public campaign limits by more that $6,000 by the state's Citizens Clean Elections Commission. Brief Article 188
As they see it. 433
Assisted living: a regulation dilemma: improving assisted living is no easy job, lawmakers have to look at quality, economy and affordability. Retsinas, Joan 1626
Back and forth in Kansas. Brief Article 128
Cell phone contraband. Brief Article 83
Combating cyber rape. Brief Article 111
Daylight delight. 180
Deficit doldrums. 99
Family friendly session. Brief Article 118
Getting a grip on VoIP: Internet phone service technology is so new and changing so fast, no one knows how to regulate it--or even if they should. Prah, Pamela M. 1173
Getting rid of plastic. Brief Article 96
Goodbye games. Brief Article 97
How to syndicate your Web site: new technology makes it really simple to let interested constituents know when you have something new on your Web site. And it only takes five minutes to get started. Dysart, Joe 1478
Junk fax farewell. Brief Article 224
Michigan targets online tobacco taxes. 349
No pet picnics. Brief Article 117
Pass the peas please: buying locally grown produce for use in state park restaurants makes just about everyone happy. Robbins, Leslie Teach 938
Pat Wunnicke: one of a kind editor and friend. Obituary 596
Revolution in evolution? The evolution vs. creationism controversy continues to influence public school curriculum. Vitaska, Sara 1417
Rural population exodus. Brief Article 148
States wrangle with corrections budgets: criminal justice budgets challenge states as costs and inmate populations increase. Perez, Arturo 995
Teen donors. Brief Article 114
The first woman elected to the Nebraska Legislature has died at the age of 78. Brief Article 152
The meth menace: battling the fast-paced spread of methamphetamine may mean attacking it from several fronts. Boulard, Garry 3008
The Virginia House of Delegates bid farewell to three of its respected members three days before adjourning in February. Brief Article 205
Tribal help with drug costs. 127
Whoooo? Voles? 89
Wyoming representatives get "Ambushed". Rounds, Keith Poem 180
Zoning in on distressed communities. 260

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