Welcome to the New Stateline

By: - April 24, 2012 12:00 am

We’ve moved!  

Welcome to Stateline’s new home on the website of its parent organization, the Pew Center on the States. Here at Pewstates.org, you’ll find all the same Stateline original reporting and daily news aggregation you’ve come to expect along with Pew’s trusted state policy research — all in one place. 

For Stateline readers, the move to Pewstates.org brings several new features. You’ll definitely want to spend some time with our powerful new State Headlines tool. This is where you can find all the latest state government news and opinion, with customizable search tools to help you crunch through the stories that matter most to you. Build your own headlines page to follow any number of issues in any number of states. Bookmark it, share it with colleagues through social media or use it to build your own personalized RSS feed. We think you’ll find this a valuable place to start your day.

The new Stateline also is a visually striking place to start your day. Our site features a sleek photo-driven design. Each day, the banner will feature a new image of one of the 50 state capitols — the setting where so much of what we write about takes place.

Another change is our web address. Although you can still get to us by typing Stateline.org into your browser, officially, we’re located at Pewstates.org/Stateline. RSS users, please take note: You will need to re-subscribe to your feeds at Pewstates.org. As always, you can subscribe to our daily and weekly e-mail alerts here.

Here’s what won’t change: Stateline‘s commitment to providing the nation’s best journalism on state government. That’s what we’ve been doing since 1999, and with our new tools and look, we’re poised to do it better than ever before. 

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