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Articles from State Legislatures (May 1, 2003)

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As drug costs soar, states join forces to cut expenses. (On First Reading). 514
Beleaguered state budgets: state budget problems are dominating national headlines and topping legislative agendas. Eckl, Corina 2548
Cigarettes barred from net. (Stateline). Brief Article 87
Cyber terrorism: no longer fiction; the threat of cyber terrorism became much more real after Sept. 11. Here's how states are trying to reduce the risks. Boulard, Garry 3158
Fewer tears, less stress. (Stateline). Brief Article 153
Fiscal storm turns tempest: California struggles to overcome the largest shortfall in state history. It's not alone. Weintraub, Daniel M. 2429
Four-day school week? Policymakers have been eyeing the four-day school week as a way to cut education costs. There have been mixed results where the schedule has been adopted. Durr, Greta 799
High standards need support. (20 Years After "A Nation at Risk"). Feldman, Sandra 417
Laughs in the legislature. (Stateline). 99
Making sure kids are ready to learn. (On First Reading). Brief Article 265
Meeting the goals of No Child Left Behind. (Stateline). Brief Article 109
Microbrews test limits. (Stateline). Brief Article 172
Nation at orange alert. (Statestats). Brief Article 108
Polluted mud must wait. (Stateline). Brief Article 102
Problems for Pippy in Pennsylvania. (Stateline). Brief Article 110
Protecting girls from polygamists. (Stateline). Brief Article 106
Shedding light on epilepsy: advocacy groups are pushing to raise awareness about epilepsy and encourage legislatures to make it a more integral part of public health programs. Guiden, Mary 2537
Smaller classes, but how? (Stateline). Brief Article 160
Terrorism protection money goes to the states. (Statestats). 588
The risk of weird eyes. (Stateline). Brief Article 85
Toxic mold flourishes as modern household affliction. (On First Reading). 390
Virulent viewing or picture taking? (On First Reading). 331
War hits home. (Stateline). 130
Winds of change: controlling emissions of pollutants by power generators can be done, but there's lots of disagreement on the best way. Morandi, Larry 2913

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