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Articles from State Legislatures (March 1, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
America's Legislators Back to School Week. (Statestats). Brief Article 333
Biotechnology--a new tool for economic development. (On First Reading). Brief Article 281
Computer crime lab. (Stateline). Brief Article 101
Going electronic. (Stateline). Brief Article 128
Goodbye paper trail. (Stateline). Brief Article 97
Insurance regulation: a time for change; can the states fix the age-old system of insurance regulation to meet the needs of the modern economy, or will a federal takeover leave consumers to fend for themselves? Calvo, Cheye 3009
Insuring kids in hard times: since it began, SCHIP has been taking care of children's medical needs. The question now, however, is how will it be funded. Oliver, Leah 2105
Moving ahead with Olmstead: to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act, states are working hard to find community placements for people with disabilities. Donlin, Johanna M. 2609
Poor families need to know about federal tax credit. (On First Reading). Brief Article 413
Schools reborn. (Stateline). Brief Article 136
Seeking balance between public records and the need for secrecy. (On First Reading). Brief Article 331
Smugglers beware. (Stateline). Brief Article 97
Speaking of sex slander. (Stateline). Brief Article 133
States will miss TEA-21: the federal transportation act has poured billions of dollars into highway, transit and alternative modes of travel projects. What should its reauthorization look like? Boulard, Garry 2969
Swimming upstream: regulating genetically engineered fish. (On First Reading). Brief Article 369
That meandering river. (Stateline). Brief Article 128
The arts are aching. (Stateline). Brief Article 97
The power of incumbency. (Stateline). Brief Article 98
The problem of pregnant pigs. (Stateline). Brief Article 126
What is Altria? Brief Article 107
What's up with e-government? Digital government isn't a silver bullet, but as part of a long-term plan, it may provide a means to reduce state spending. Bourquard, Jo Anne 1974

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