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Articles from State Legislatures (October 1, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
A cliff hanger. Brief Article 133
As they see it. 404
Big family boon. Brief Article 112
Capturing history. Brief Article 113
Charter school challenge. Brief Article 124
Child porn laws cast a wide web. 429
Daisy delivers. Brief Article 96
Debbe Leftwich: following in his footsteps: when her husband Keith died of cancer, Debbe Leftwich's family, friends and neighbors urged her to continue his legacy of public service. Bennett, Malia K. 1352
Delegates adopt national policy positions. Brief Article 132
Foiling I.D. thieves: identity theft is on the rise, and states are looking for ways to secure their citizens' vital records. Boulard, Garry 3076
Helping the poor save. 411
Info for the masses. Brief Article 82
Iowa's clean. Brief Article 113
Jury duty delight. Brief Article 89
Life after foster care: when foster kids turn 18, they often face great difficulties finding housing, health coverage, transportation, higher education, jobs, opening bank accounts and establishing credit. Ferrell, Finessa 2684
Media offer perspective on NCSL's annual meeting. Brief Article 267
Mini motorcycles putt through regulation loopholes. Brief Article 259
NCSL Annual Meeting 2004. 484
Next stop: Seattle. Brief Article 89
No bank, no rank: people without a checking or savings account find it hard to get ahead in life. States and the federal government are stepping in to help. Morton, Heather 2416
Organ match. Brief Article 102
Passing the gavel. Brief Article 101
People & politics. 532
Preparing for the unthinkable: a crisis can hit at any moment. And every legislature needs a plan. McCartney, Mitch 1052
Smiley wins. Brief Article 111
Sunshine on a cloudy day ... a new federal standard to reduce smog is making states clear the air sooner rather than later. Smith, Jennifer 648
Tax facts. Brief Article 147
The budget picture. Brief Article 275
The perils of property tax: many legislatures cut or capped property taxes during the boom years of the 1990s, promising to make up local losses through sales and income taxes. But then the economy went bad, and they didn't do it. Kelly, Janet M. 2316
The power of unity. Brief Article 143
The roar over credit scores: insurance companies love credit scoring, but consumer groups question who benefits from them. Legislators are looking at restrictions. Boulard, Garry 2090
Two share top leadership award. Brief Article 257
Vaccines = autism? Scientists say no. 352
Vermont fed up with feds over drug costs. Brief Article 168

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