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Articles from State Legislatures (July 1, 2015)

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Title Author Type Words
1 Gaming trumps taxes. Brief article 102
140 characters of news: at statehouses, the press corps continues to shrink and change in unexpected ways and with uncertain consequences. Weiss, Suzanne 2699
7 What's the rush? Brief article 165
8 No to 'millionaire tax'. Brief article 136
Biologic medicines under the microscope. Cauchi, Richard 536
California Assembly Speaker: Toni G. Atkins. Interview 684
Campus carry--what's in your bookbag? Hultin, Suzanne Brief article 232
Clementa Pinckney. 175
Fractured fiscal tales: although most states have avoided budget shortfalls, others face surprising new spending pressures. Mackellar, Erica; Perez, Arturo 964
From Braille to Yale. Householder, Stacy Interview 2124
How to avoid a social media SNAFU. Schlossberg, Michael 1046
Ignorance or Overload? Low turnout at the polls has officials asking whether voters have the information they need to cast smart ballots. Underhill, Wendy 2229
Keeping trolls in their holes. Griffin, Jonathan Brief article 294
Mind full: recent brain research offers intriguing insights into leadership and decision-making. Rall, Jaime 2682
Mississippi House Speaker Philip Gunn in June called for the removal of the Confederate battle emblem from the state flag. 175
Peter Courtney. Brief article 110
Rules for State Legislators: Jerry Kopel's Guide. Frazzini, Kevin 483
Saving money is no gamble. Morton, Heather 537
Sentinel landscapes: a new partnership targets the land around military bases. Schultz, Jennifer 1669
Short takes On NCSL News. Brief article 171
The buzz over renewable energy. Durkay, Jocelyn 318
The glass dome: women lawmakers have struggled to gain more than a quarter of all legislative seats. Ziegler, Katie Fischer 2618
The rising cost of raising a child. May, Alison; Poppe, Julie Statistical table 383
This land is whose land? In a renewed effort to control federal lands, an alternative path has emerged. Frazzini, Kevin 1836
Three incumbents were toppled in June primary contests in Virginia, with voter turnout averaging 7.7 percent. 128
Victory on the Hill. Brief article 177

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