Having trouble tracking state trends that occur over multiple years? That’s no longer a problem with the introduction of previous session data.
Add notes on bills going back approximately five years and keep those notes indefinitely. Create reports that show the full story of movement on a topic in all 50 states, giving you a chance to seize opportunities as the legislative landscape changes.
Where to get it
Previous session data is already embedded in the product. To use the feature, visit your StateTrack homepage and click advanced search.
Enter your search term into the search field and click the previous session’s box. Then select search.
Scroll through the results to see how your issue has progressed.
Previous Session Data Features
Previous session information integrates with many of StateTrack’s existing features. Create a report and publish it on the web. Add notes that you can swiftly share with associates. Email the information at a moment’s notice to help your staff on the hill.
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