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Recent Updates to the National Survey of State Laws on HeinOnline

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The National Survey of State Laws on HeinOnline provides an overview of state laws on a variety of topics. The chart view allows users to make state-by-state comparisons of a number of topics related to business and consumer laws, criminal laws, employment laws, family laws, real estate laws, and more.

Two new chapters were added to this title in the most recent update: Beer Law, which tracks the statutory definition of beer, brewery production requirements and/or limits, limits to self-distribution to retailers, and growler requirements; and Voter Laws, which chart who can register to vote, which states have voter ID requirements, in person early voting, mail and absentee voting, and felon voting rights.

Additional chapters were also updated, including Civil Rights, Deceptive Trade Practices, Interest Rates, and Minimum Wage. For details about the chapter updates, check out HeinOnline's blog post New Update to National Survey of State Laws!.

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