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Demystifying Dyslexia and Developing Solutions

Committee of Jurisdiction: Children, Youth, and Families (CYF); Education (EDU)
An increase to the minimum wage has been the rallying cry of many labor groups within recent years. Especially among fast-food workers, who contend raising the minimum wage

Increasing Minimum Wage, Improving Lives

Committee of Jurisdiction: Labor and Workforce Development
An increase to the minimum wage has been the rallying cry of many labor groups within recent years. Especially among fast-food workers, who contend raising the minimum wage would better provide them a chance to take care of themselves and their families.

States Look to Improve Relations Between Law Enforcement and Citizens

Committee of Jurisdiction: Law, Justice, and Ethics
Police officers embody a commitment to public safety and trust, however, nationwide attention has turned to several local law enforcement agencies and the number of unarmed individuals killed by a police officer.

States Marshal Change on Immigration Reform

Committee of Jurisdiction: Education; Health and Human Services; International Affairs; Law, Justice, and Ethics; Emergency Preparedness/Homeland Security; Youth
America is considered a melting pot of cultures and ethnicities, created by immigration policies that have enabled many to call the U.S. home. These policies are also a matter of contention, especially within the halls of federal and state governments.

Keeping the Applicant Pool Full: How States are Removing Barriers to Employment

Committee of Jurisdiction: Law, Justice, and Ethics; Business, Financial Services and Insurance; Labor, Military and Veterans’ Affairs
Having a chance at a good job is key to making it in the United States.  Many people, however, aren’t given that chance because they have to disclose personal information, such as criminal and credit history on their job applications that may have no connection to the job for which they are applying.
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