By Zack Cairns and Michaela Miller, Legislative Associates Most state legislatures across the country may have gaveled out for the year– but that doesn’t mean those Legislatures have stopped working. In fact, many states are actively meeting in preparation for next year’s sessions, and more frequently than the word “interim” might suggest. However, unlike the more formal legislative […]
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