This Week in the States

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This Week in the States



JANUARY 7, 2019

33 STATE LEGISLATURES ARE ACTIVELY MEETING THIS WEEK.

Also meeting: DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

ALABAMA – Convenes January 8 | Contact Japer Bowles

CONNECTICUT – Convenes January 9 | Contact Israel Kiyogera

DELAWARE – Convenes January 8 | Contact Ryan Reynolds

IDAHO – Convenes January 9 | Contact Jermaine Collins

ILLINOIS – Convenes January 9 | Contact Israel Kiyogera

KENTUCKY – Convenes January 8 | Contact Zach Sizemore

MARYLAND – Convenes January 9 | Contact Ryan Gleason

MICHIGAN – Convenes January 9 | Contact Holly Yanai

MINNESOTA – Convenes January 8 | Contact Holly Yanai

MISSISSIPPI – Convenes January 8 | Contact Kyle Perigard

MISSOURI – Convenes January 8 | Contact Israel Kiyogera

MONTANA – Convenes January 7 | Contact Holly Yanai

NEBRASKA – Convenes January 9 | Contact Kyle Perigard

NEW YORK – Convenes January 9 | Contact Kyle Perigard

NORTH CAROLINA – Convenes January 9 | Contact Ryan Reynolds

OHIO – Convenes January 7 | Contact Costa Costidis

SOUTH CAROLINA – Convenes January 8 | Contact Stephen Fearnow

SOUTH DAKOTA – Convenes January 8 | Contact Jermaine Collins

TENNESSEE – Convenes January 8 | Contact Israel Kiyogera

TEXAS – Convenes January 8 | Contact Yujia Sun

VERMONT – Convenes January 9 | Contact Israel Kiyogera

VIRGINIA – Convenes January 9 | Contact Costa Costidis

WEST VIRGINIA – Convenes January 9 | Contact Costa Costidis

WISCONSIN – Convenes January 7 | Ryan Reynolds

WYOMING – Convenes January 8 | Contact Samuel Gundlach

NEW SESSION, NEW FACES

The 2018 Election Cycle saw a number of changes occur, with Democrats celebrating historic—and large—victories across the country. We will see 20 new Governors sworn in, along with 14 new Attorneys General and almost 1,700 brand new state legislators.

We have captured all of these changes for you on our website in easily accessible and printable charts, featuring Governors, Attorneys General, Lt. Governors, and the latest legislative partisan splits. All of this can be found on our State Resources page.

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT:

We have launched our new monitoring portal, StateLink.net. That’s right, we dropped an “i” and built a whole new interface to help you better monitor and organize the enormous volume of information generated by state and local government.

Our new, improved monitoring interface includes state of the art functionality, customized report generation, a robust calendar, access to state and federal legislative and staff information and continues to be paired with the experienced professional support from Stateside that you have come to rely on. We also created an enhanced Mobile App to keep you better informed on the road, enabling access to your customized reports, session dates and state and local Groups events from your mobile device. 

We’d love to show you what we’ve been up to. Contact us to schedule a demo.

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