LISA: Real-time Monitoring of State Legislative Action

Infotoday – “The task of influencing legislative outcomes in the 50 states has often been likened to the carnival game Whac-a-Mole. The difference is that sometimes you are the whacker with the mallet and sometimes you are the mole trying to dodge the mallet. A new online service, the Legislative Information Services of America (LISA) is designed to provide the information and tools you need to play either role. The Dolan Company of Minnesota launched LISA this month, just in time for customers tracking the pre-filing of bills with state legislatures before the 2011 session year begins.”

2 Responses to “LISA: Real-time Monitoring of State Legislative Action”

  1. Rebecca Ryan
    December 30, 2010 at 6:49 pm #

    Yes, but where is the database?

    Thanks.

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