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Thu June 13, 2013
Annual Pew legislative review shows that one-party states get a lot done
One of the criticisms frequently aimed at Congress is that "gridlock" where decisions come slowly, if at all, as both sides draw their respective lines in the sand, and there's just not much compromising.
That is not the case with state legislatures across the country where, thanks to one-party control in 37 states, we're seeing action and lots of it.
Stateline is an independent, non-partisan news service of the Pew Charitable Trusts. This week it released its annual review of state legislatures, giving us a look at the major budget and policy developments at all 50 state capitols.
Scott Greenberger, an editor for Stateline, joined us today in the studio.
Listen to the full interview above.
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