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imgWebinar: Equitable Distribution of Teachers
Webinar: Equitable Distribution of Teachers
This free NCSL Webinar on July 15 will examine efforts to ensure that poor and minority students are not taught by unqualified teachers at a higher rate than their peers.
img2014 Legislative Summit
2014 Legislative Summit
imgUpdate on Highway Trust Fund
Update on Highway Trust Fund
Find out why states should be concerned with the Highway Trust Fund bill moving through Congress or the lack thereof.
imgState Legislatures Magazine: June Issue
State Legislatures Magazine: June Issue
This month's issue looks at identity thieves targeting children, efforts to train culturally sensitive health care workers, federal waivers for No Child Left Behind, foiling smartphone thefts and much more.
imgReducing Youth Violence
Reducing Youth Violence
Policymakers are looking at the success of community-level initiatives that have driven down rates of youth violence in some states.
imgExplore all the innovative sessions at the Legislative Summit.
Explore all the innovative sessions at the Legislative Summit.
imgTechnology and Elections
Technology and Elections
NCSL's Elections Technology Project puts together legislators who serve on election committees, legislative staff who deal with elections policy, and state and local election officials to explore technology’s role in running efficient elections.
imgComplexity of Biologic Medications
Complexity of Biologic Medications
Because of the complexity of biologics, such as the human growth hormone, Hepatitis B vaccines and stem cell therapy, regulating biologics raises new issues for both state and federal policymakers.
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Afterschool Networks
Statewide afterschool networks seek to support and sustain high-quality opportunities for kids. There currently are 42 statewide networks.

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2014 LEGISLATIVE SUMMIT | AUG. 19-22

 

Come to the Minneapolis Legislative Summit Aug. 19-22 and bring home 1,000 ideas from the land of 10,000 lakes. For 40 years, the Legislative Summit is where legislators and staff come together across the aisle to tackle critical problems and find solutions that work. Connect with legislators and staff across the country.

Watch this video for an introduction to Minneapolis and Minnesota.

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People at a meeting We  connect you to the best and brightest experts in every issue area critical to the states.

Through NCSL meetings, webinars and professional training opportunities, you’ll connect with legislators and staff with your same interests and concerns. Visit our Meetings and Training page and find out what’s coming up next.

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A STRONG VOICE ON CAPITOL HILL

US Capitol We advocate for you in Washington, D.C., before Congress, the administration and, when appropriate, in the courts.

We fight to ensure the states are free of unfunded mandates and pre-emption of state laws and that they maintain their authority and independence. Find out the issues NCSL is engaging in now and the role you play.

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THE NCSL BLOG

  • Security Concerns Still a Drag on Internet Voting

    In spite of a decade and a half of experimenting with Internet voting, we are no closer to using it routinely than we were in the late 1990’s. The chief concern: security.

  • Is the Highway Trust Fund Road Kill?

    The issue at hand is the precarious state of the Highway Trust Fund (HTF), which is, by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s own admission, facing the possibility of dropping below the threshold of certainty for state reimbursements by August.

 
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