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Articles from State Legislatures (June 1, 2006)

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A boost for state higher-education aid. 130
An insider's view of world federalism: Robert D. Ebel has a seasoned perspective on international governments. He is research professor at the George Washington University Institute of Public Policy and visiting fellow at the joint Urban Institute/Brookings Institution Tax Policy Center. He consults with the World Bank and foreign nations on peace initiatives. Eckl, Corina Interview 2231
As they see it. 321
Blowing in Iowa. 104
Dick Folmar, former associate director of New Mexico's Legislative Council Service, died in April at 81. 140
Digital doctors: telemedicine improves medical care in remote areas, but faces some policy obstacles. Johnson, Alissa 1966
Driving under experienced: teens have the highest crash rates of any group, prompting legislation to help protect them. Boulard, Garry 2240
E-real estate records. 244
Farming bio fuels: growing crops that can be converted into liquid fuels has come a new focus of America's farmers. Decesaro, Jennifer Cover story 2264
Federalism at a crossroads: states must do their part to define federalism and shape the future. Pound, William T. 1906
Fire fighter. 108
Fiscal footing stable today, uncertain tomorrow. 298
Foster care vs. families: the feds have a bias toward foster care, but states think they could protect kids better if they had more money for prevention and family support. Christian, Steve 1938
Health care home run: Massachusetts' new universal health care law has everyone watching. Feller, Megan 1204
Hemlock help. 118
Illinois rehab. 106
In 2004, the state of Virginia began restoring its 1788 Capitol, the second oldest working statehouse in America. Brief article 108
John J. Marchi. 189
Junior tests. 85
Marriage crimes. 87
Ominous outlook: America's fiscal future--with unprecedented liabilities and unfunded commitments--is grim indeed. Moore, Nicole Casal 1317
Protecting our pets. 100
Public/private venture. 105
Rural America is changing. 306
School days. 405
Sipping only. 103
Sue who? 101
Teen temptations. 231
The surprising primary defeat of Indiana Senate President Pro Tem Bob Garton in the May 2nd primary means that at least two of the top five longest serving legislative leaders in the United States will not be coming back next January--both from the Hoosier State. 143
Training license. Medical condition overview 92
Tuition inflation slows down. 93
Whoa, slow down. 99

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