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Selected Public Policy Website

American Council on Intergovernmental Relations:

National Association of Counties:

National Conference of State Legislature:

National Governors Association:

Rockefeller Institute of Government:

State Net – Online Legislative Information:

The Almanac of Policy Issue:

The Brookings Institute:

The Close-up Foundation:

The Council of State Governments:

The Research Forum:

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation:

Urban Institute: