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Capital Closeup: In years ahead, Kansas will rely on outside commission to make changes in legislative pay

Kansas has joined the handful of other Midwestern states that employ a commission-style approach to setting the salaries of legislators. The change in practice is the result of this year’s
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Southern Pulse Newsletter, September 2023

The sun sets earlier, soup ingredients are being purchased, and temperatures are cooling, but here at CSG South, we are just getting heated up!   It has been a month jampacked
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CSG Associates Organize Recovery Efforts Following Hawaii Wildfires

By Katie Boggs, CSG Advancement Fellow The devastating early August wildfires in Maui, Hawaii, were fueled by the arrival of Hurricane Dora, a category four storm. On Aug. 8, the
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Question of the Month, September

What percentage of each CSG South state is covered by water? Click here to find out the answer The post Question of the Month, September appeared first on CSG South.
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States discuss regional strategies to address PFAS

In recent years, a growing number of states have established policies to address contamination from per- and polyfluorinated alkyl substances (PFAS), which have been used in the manufacture of thousands
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2023 STAR Award Winners – VADOC Voice Verification Biometrics Unit

The Southern Legislative Conference’s State Transformation in Action Recognition (STAR) award recognizes impactful, creative, effective, and transferable state government solutions. Innovative program submissions are accepted from various state agencies, departments, and institutions
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