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Articles from State Legislatures (June 1, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
Apologies for slavery. 361
As they see it. Brief article 287
Begging for blood. Brief article 92
Bones and budgets. Brief article 162
Building assets: a new approach: a movement is growing to create more opportunities for lower-income families to save and invest. Lohmer, Josh 2100
Cease-fire on the umpire! Lawmakers want to protect sports officials from aggressive parents and fans. Boulard, Garry 1325
Charles Copeland. Brief article 86
Crime falls, but not everywhere: crime is at historic lows in many places. But school and mall shootings, along with grown-up criminal gangs, are grim reminders that the culture of violence is still with us and on the public agenda. Lyons, Donna Cover story 2988
Drinking while young. 406
Ernie Chambers. Brief article 147
Families face tough times. Brief article 221
Frankenstein (veto) wounded. Brief article 196
Gang busters: states respond to rising gang violence. Hammond, Sarah 1134
Gary Olson. Brief article 157
Great waters, great Michigan. Sak, Michael G. Letter to the editor 323
Happy in New Hampshire. Brief article 80
Head hazard. Brief article 138
High-tech medical records: can electronic records transform health care? Mertz, Kory; Folkemer, Donna 2317
History in a glass. Brief article 124
Homicides prompt special session: following a brutal crime, the Connecticut General Assembly looked at how to improve supervision of parolees in the community. Lawrence, Alison 737
Horse rights. Brief article 120
Idaho wins. Brief article 151
Judge Judy sues. Brief article 111
Kay Patterson, a 34-year veteran of the South Carolina legislature known as a firebrand, the voice of the "little people" and a statesman, is retiring. Brief article 130
Making the case for coal: it's not a question of if, but how. Ourada, Mark Letter to the editor 266
Newt's vision. Mertz, Kory Interview 905
Parks for sale. Brief article 104
Plethora of potholes. Brief article 98
Pools pass. Brief article 92
Salmon relief. Brief article 140
Screening newborns. Howse, Jennifer L. Letter to the editor 228
Staying competitive: in a global economy many argue that America needs to emphasize science, technology, engineering and math in its schools. Chikoore, Heather 2466
Teacher pay worldwide. 132
The California state Democratic Party has spent more than $600,000 to recall Republican Senator Jeff Denham, who was re-elected in 2006 by nearly 60 percent in his mostly Democratic, central California district. 88
The transparency trend. 389
Tough on toy safety. Brief article 107

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