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September 25, 2012

The Iowa State Capitol had the WOW Factor going on...from the outside, the dome, State Flag, the view, Law Library (staircase), the U.S.S.

September 26, 2012

The capitol building isn't the only thing that makes Nebraska so unique, it's also the only state in the country whose legislature is unicameral, t

September 26, 2012

Wyoming was the first governing body to give women the right to vote, own property and to have a female governor.

September 27, 2012

The Mile-high Capitol may be under construction, but it doesn't affect operations, tours or the splendor its grand staircase, first-class rotunda and b

September 27, 2012

New Mexico is proud to have the oldest capitol building in the country (built 1609-10), the only round capitol building, and the one with the highest e

September 28, 2012

Arizona's state seal speaks volumes: Ditat Deus is Latin for "God Enriches" and the drawing reflects the Five Cs of its early economy: Climate

September 29, 2012

Salt Lake City ranked as the nations's most productive city in 2011 and Utah topped the Forbes list as the best U.S. state for business and careers.

October 1, 2012

Idaho was certainly a gem! Pardon the pun, since that is one of its nicknames, but it really was.

October 2, 2012

Probably known best for its famous attractions like Las Vegas and Lake Tahoe, Nevada has even more to offer!

October 2, 2012

As you would expect, the California Capitol is beautiful!  While similarities exist between this capitol and Texas's, the white marble exterior make th