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April 2002Volume 4 Number 2

CSL's New Web Resource

Julie Schwartz, Unit Head, Government Information Services

The State Library staff has created a new resource designed to save you and your staff research time, while maintaining your ability to have timely information available on issues currently under consideration in state government.

Current Issues is a changing series of research guides to electronically available information on topics of interest to the General Assembly, their staff, state agencies and the general public. Smart growth, teacher recruitment, electricity restructuring, and Connecticut statistics are just a few of the featured topics. Government Information Reference librarians compile the guides by carefully selecting reports from Connecticut state agencies and the Legislative Staff Offices, as well as information from the federal and other states' governments. Special effort is made to include items that compare and contrast multiple states' responses to an issue.

Current Issues is available on the web.

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