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Articles from State Legislatures (February 1, 2004)

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9-1-1 can you find me now? Brief Article 286
A safe secret. Brief Article 132
A sunken treasure. Brief Article 108
All star PR: today's savvy legislative public information officers are taking advantage of new technology to get their messages out to the media and the public. Moore, Nicole Casal 2180
As they see it. Brief Article 309
Billy, where are you, kid? Brief Article 98
Black box unlocks car crash mysteries. Brief Article 286
Breaking the textbook monopoly. Brief Article 117
Change is afoot in North Dakota. Since September, four legislators have been appointed to fill seats vacated by death or resignation. Brief Article 101
Clearing the air: North Carolina's Clean Smokestacks Act 2002 N.C. Sess. Laws Chap. 4. Morandi, Larry 886
Democrat Fred Madden won a bitterly contested Senate race after a recount put him some 63 votes ahead of New Jersey Senator George Geist. Brief Article 83
Eat their own. Brief Article 105
Eco-terrorists take toll. 447
Experience counts: when term limits made experience unconstitutional in Michigan, two smart women staffers moved into important positions of power. Lindstrom, John 3046
Frank O'Bannon, the revered and respected Democratic governor of Indiana who served 18 years in the state Senate, died in September at the age of 73 following a stroke. Brief Article 113
Go fish, GloFish. Brief Article 106
Goodbye senior year. Brief Article 139
Influenza vaccinations. Brief Article 220
Legislative staff flourish over 30 years. 402
Maryland Delegate Pete Rawlings, a "giant in Annapolis and the state," died of complications from cancer in November. Brief Article 136
Massachusetts Senator Cheryl Jacques resigned effective in January, allowing the Democratic leadership to set the special election to fill her seat on the same day as the state's presidential primary--when Democrats are expected to go to the polls in far larger numbers than Republicans. Brief Article 113
Most qualified teachers. Brief Article 105
Now that was fast. Brief Article 130
Operation Hairspray. Brief Article 146
Republican Representative Sarah Agee, serving her third term in the Arkansas House, announced she will run for the seat currently held by first term Democratic Senator Sue Madison. Brief Article 87
Statewide student tests. Andrade, Jane Carroll 2822
Surviving driving: immaturity and inexperience add up to disaster for many teen drivers. Some 6,000 are killed each year and 300,000 injured. But state laws can reduce the risks. Savage, Melissa 1349
The great hydrogen hope: clean burning hydrogen has a great deal of potential to help reduce U.S. reliance on fossil fuels. But there are significant barriers to surmount--cost, technology and safety. Boulard, Garry 1630
Tobacco money well used, not abused: states have spent billions of dollars on health-related services. Even so, they are being criticized for using some of the tobacco money to fill budget gaps. Gordon, Dianna 905
Violence at home. Brief Article 96
When the media comes knocking: like it or not, the media is part of the legislative process. Here are six ideas to help lawmakers cultivate relationships with reporters and editors. Rose, Gene 874
Where the guards are gone. Brief Article 99

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