Legislating Without Experience provides an in-depth analysis of individual states experiencing state legislative term limits as well as apples-to-apples comparisons with states that are untermed. It is a valuable description of the legislative process in each state and a quasi-experimental study of term limits.
Introduction : accelerating change with term limits / Rick Farmer and John C. Green -- Institutional imbalance : the effect of six year limits in California / Bruce Cain, Thad Kousser, Karl T. Kurtz -- Legislative power in the Buckeye State : the revenge of term limits / Rick Farmer, Thomas H. Little -- Truncated careers in professionalized state legislatures / Christopher Z. Mooney -- The effects of legislative term limits in Arizona : more churning, more chaos, and a diminished institutional role for legislators / David R. Berman -- Colorado legislative term limits : the worst of both worlds / John A. Straayer -- Out with the old heads and in with the young Turks : the effects of term limits in semi-professionalized state legislatures / Christopher Z. Mooney, Jason Wood, and Gerald C. Wright -- Term limits in the Arkansas General Assembly : a citizen legislature responds / Art English, Brian Weberg -- Institutional change and legislative term limits in Maine / Richard J. Powell, Rich Jones -- It's all about the turnover : term limits in citizen legislatures / Michael Smith -- Living with term limits / Alan Rosenthal.
Number Of Pages: 258
Published: 30th August 2013
Publisher: University Press of America
Edition Number: 1