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The Legislature Website uses the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol to safeguard your sensitive personal information during online transactions.  SSL protocol is the industry's accepted form of encryption and it provides the highest level of protection possible for Internet communications. Using this widely accepted form of encryption, your transaction is secured from your personal computer to the computer processing your request.

The Legislature Website processing computers are located behind a secure firewall. 

Security Tips

  • Never put your credit card number or other sensitive personal information in unencrypted e-mail, or instant messaging services.
  • Before you enter your sensitive information into any website make sure the browser connection is secure by verifying that the URL contains https://.  Additionally, some browsers may also signify a secure connection with a lock symbol typically located in the bottom right corner of the browser window.
  • Make sure you are not using an old web browser.
  • Keep your web browser up to date by installing security patches or upgrading to a new version when they are made available.

Additional Privacy and Security Information

Please refer to the Privacy and Security Notice to learn additional information.