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  2. 2011 Wisconsin protests - Wikipedia

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    Background. Wisconsin was the first state in the United States to provide collective bargaining rights to public employees in 1959. Over the past decades public sector labor unions had grown from 10.8% of public workers being represented by a union in 1960 to 36.2% in 2010.

  3. Georgia General Assembly - Wikipedia

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    The Georgia General Assembly is the state legislature of the U.S. state of Georgia.It is bicameral, consisting of the Senate and the House of Representatives.. Each of the General Assembly's 236 members serve two-year terms and are directly elected by constituents of their district.

  4. List of Washington state agencies - Wikipedia

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    Blind, Washington State School for the (WSSB) Blueberry Commission (BLUE) Building Code Council, State (SBCC) Caseload Forecast Council, State of Washington (CFC) Center for Childhood Deafness and Hearing Loss, Washington State (WSD) Citizens Commission on Salaries for Elected Officials, Washington (SALARIES) Civil Legal Aid, Office of (OCLA)

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  6. Civil service - Wikipedia

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    The federal government is the nation's single largest employer, although it employs only about 12% of all government employees, compared to 24% at the state level and 63% at the local level. Although most federal agencies are based in the Washington, D.C. region, only about 16% (or about 284,000) of the federal government workforce is employed ...

  7. Vermillion County, Indiana - Wikipedia

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    Claude Matthews was the governor of Indiana from 1893 to 1897. He was born in Kentucky in 1845; he moved to Vermillion County in 1867 and became a prominent farmer. He was elected Indiana Secretary of State in 1890, and governor in 1893. He died in 1898 in Indianapolis and is buried in Clinton; he was 52 years old.

  8. Montana State University - Wikipedia

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    In 1956 the Bobcats football team took a share of the NAIA championship in the Aluminum Bowl in Little Rock, Arkansas playing to a 0–0 tie with the Pumas of St. Joseph's College from Rensselaer, Indiana. In 1976 the Bobcats of Montana State won a national football title in NCAA Division II at Wichita Falls, Texas beating the Zips of Akron ...

  9. Cook Partisan Voting Index - Wikipedia

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    With a Cook PVI value of R+25, Wyoming is the most Republican state in the nation. At D+16, Vermont is the most Democratic state, though Washington, D.C., is substantially more partisan with a PVI value of D+43. In the Senate, the most Republican-leaning state to have a Democratic senator is West Virginia (R+22 PVI), represented by Joe Manchin.