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Articles from State Legislatures (February 1, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
A cool down. Brief article 82
A focus on freshmen. Brief article 113
A grizzly debate. Brief article 145
After two months of counting ballots and political intrigue, the Pennsylvania House has a new speaker. Brief article 173
Aged 21 and under. Schuler, Robert Letter to the editor 114
As they see it. 354
Brain drain: many legislative staffers are due to retire soon--taking with them a ton of experience. Kolman, Joe 2091
Capitol wings. Brief article 89
Carleton Turner. Brief article 153
Connecting kids and lawmakers: students are getting involved in American democracy, and legislators are helping them. Walton, Stephanie 1326
Correction. Correction notice 87
Credit for religious classes. 341
Cruise crime. Brief article 133
Democracy at Risk: How Political Choices Undermine Citizen Participation and What We Can Do About It. Kurtz, Karl Book review 756
Driving dot to dot. Brief article 120
Factory farm fears. Brief article 147
Golden Gate for sale. Brief article 96
Ignition interlocks keep drunks from driving. Brief article 273
No problem at the top. Brief article 124
On the road to wellness: lawmakers want Americans to eat better, stop smoking, exercise and relax. Winterfeld, Amy 2199
Reforming health care legislative priority. Brief article 294
Senioritis vaccine. Brief article 125
States take the lead on minimum wage. 336
The battle against base closures: state lawmakers were prepared to fight the most recent round of recommended closings of military bases. Boulard, Garry 2488
The benefits of cord blood. 294
The election left the Oklahoma Senate tied 24-24, and on Jan. 2, members reached a power-sharing agreement. Brief article 125
The unexpected legislator: in the midst of their grief, and with little time to prepare, these widows stepped into the political spotlight to fill their late husbands' legislative seats. Andrade, Jane Carroll 2258
Tick takeover. Brief article 124
Two of Maine's history-making speakers are paired up in the Senate, taking turns at leadership in that chamber. Brief article 96
Video franchising gets easier. Brief article 300
Wild palm potential. Brief article 97
Women in state legislatures. Brief article 109
Women legislators are making leadership history around the country. Brief article 122

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