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Suggested State Legislation (SSL) is a valued series of compilations of draft legislation about topics of current importance to states. The program does not seek to influence the enactment of state legislation, but to compile draft legislation so states can learn from the experience of others. Legislation submitted to the SSL program is first evaluated by CSG policy experts against the SSL criteria. This legislation is then split into docket books for consideration by the Committee on Suggested State Legislation. The SSL Committee meets at least twice each year to consider submitted legislation for inclusion in the following year's SSL volume. The SSL Committee typically reviews approximately 80 pieces of legislation per meeting, voting to include an average of 30 to 40 bills per SSL volume.

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