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New info Kearsarge Regional Elementary School students propose mastodon as official N.H. fossil
The fourth-graders at Kearsarge Regional Elementary School in Bradford are preparing for a busy winter. The class is mapping out meetings with legislative committee chairs, penning letters to lawmakers and scheduling testimony at State House hearings, all in the name of the mastodon. [ Find out more... ]

New info Editorial: Vote on Idaho giant salamander teaches student about Legislature's federal fears
Lesson: If you advocate for a cause, you must do your homework. However, that’s no guarantee legislators will do theirs. [ Find out more... ]

New info North Idaho lawmakers help kill state salamander bill, fear 'federal overreach'
BOISE - North Idaho lawmakers concerned about “federal overreach” helped kill a bill today that's been pushed for the past five years by a determined 8th grader who wants to designate the Idaho Giant Salamander as the official state amphibian. [ Find out more... ]

Salamander Bill First Introduced at Idaho Legislature
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A persistent grade school student's attempt to make the Idaho giant salamander the official state amphibian is off to a good start. [ Find out more... ]

Will the Bible become the official state book of Mississippi?
What do milk, the bottlenose dolphin, petrified wood and the Bible have in common? If two Mississippi legislators get their way, they'll all be official symbols of the Magnolia State. [ Find out more... ]

State Street Intermediate School fifth-graders continue efforts with Wood Frog Club
SKANEATELES | Students at State Street Intermediate School haven't forgotten about Woody, the wood frog they hope to make the official New York state amphibian. [ Find out more... ]

Yogurt now NY's official state snack
Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday signed a bill to designate yogurt as the official New York snack, which came five months after a lengthy, 50-minute debate in the state Senate was lampooned by late-night comedians. [ Find out more... ]

It finally happened: Yogurt-as-state-snack bill sent to Cuomo's desk
A quick refresher: Back in May, the New York State Senate took up a seemingly innocuous bill -- which originated in a Byron-Bergen fourth-grade class -- that would designate yogurt the official state snack. [ Find out more... ]

Amphibian advocate receives state conservation award
RALEIGH — Rachel Hopkins had heard of campaigns asking for help to save the tigers, polar bears and rare monkeys. [ Find out more... ]

Fluff Festival Organizers Leading Campaign to Make the Fluffernutter the State Sandwich
It's been nine long years since former State Representative Kathi-Anne Reinstein first submitted a legislative proposal to make the Fluffernutter—that delicious pairing of peanut butter and marshmallow Fluff—the official sandwich of Massachusetts. [ Find out more... ]

Fundraising Begins To Conserve Two 1st Delaware Flag
WILMINGTON, Del. — The Delaware Historical Society recently launched a crowdfunding and general campaign to raise $30,000 for professional conservation of two iconic objects of Delaware's heritage: the regimental and U.S. flags carried by the 1st Delaware Volunteer Infantry in the Civil War. [ Find out more... ]

Sea View Elementary & Asm. Manuel Pérez Celebrate State Amphibian Designation
Salton City, California - State Assemblymember V. Manuel Pérez and the Sea View Elementary school community this Monday, September 29 will hold a special school assembly celebrating the designation of California's newest state symbol, the California red-legged frog. [ Find out more... ]

Proposal To Make 'Roadrunner' The State Rock Song Hits Dead End?
When the 188th Massachusetts legislative session came to an end on July 31, a proposal known as Bill H.3573 failed to come up for a vote before time ran out. And so, it seemed, quietly ended the epic dreams for "An Act designating the song 'Roadrunner' as the official rock song of the Commonwealth." [ Find out more... ]

Official state bolt-action rifle bill signed into law
ANCHORAGE - Alaska has become the fifth state to name an official firearm. A bolt-action rifle was added to the list of designated symbols, alongside the ptarmigan and forget-me-not. [ Find out more... ]

New info Endangered sea turtle hatchlings head to Gulf
NORTH PADRE ISLAND - Kemp's ridley sea turtle [Texas' official state sea turtle] hatchlings, like most humans, are in no hurry to enter the adult world. [ Find out more... ]

Volleyball may become official recreational, team sport of Mass.
...kids might not have jerseys or sports cards from its most revered players. But with a stroke of Governor Deval Patrick's pen, volleyball could become "the official recreational and team sport" of Massachusetts. [ Find out more... ]

Long rifle bill is bad history, gun experts say
Patrick Hornberger, who has been curator and co-author of several exhibits and books about Pennsylvania long rifles, including the Reading Museum's current exhibit and upcoming book, "Masterpieces of American Longrifles: The Kindig Family Collection," says he saw Hahn's bill in its original form last year and discovered she was "misinformed," to put it kindly. He and other experts informed her and the co-sponsors of their misgivings. He said he even offered Hahn line-by-line corrections. [ Find out more... ]

Shoofly
Will pie fly in Pennsylvania? House Bill No. 2346 is nominating shoofly pie to serve as the commonwealth's official state pie. [ Find out more... ]


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