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Legislators and Legislative Staff

LEGISLATORS

American flagAs a legislator, you are a member of NCSL and can get all the tools you need to be successful at your legislative job—absolutely free. Find out more about legislative leaders, the Women's Legislative Network, legislator training and more.

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LEGISLATIVE STAFF

conference As a legislative staffer, you are automatically a member of NCSL. Take advantage of our research and information services, as well as new learning opportunities by participating in one or several of the Professional Development Seminars. Through these Professional Development Seminars you create a unique network for research assistance, consultation and professional support.

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WELCOME LEGISLATORS AND LEGISLATIVE STAFF

NCSL welcomes legislators and legislative staff to the NCSL website. This video offers a bipartisan introduction to the work NCSL does and what we can do to help you do your job.

 

 

 

MEETINGS

Washington, D.C.Join lawmakers and staff from across the country to develop a states' agenda at the Legislative Forum, Dec. 4-6 in Washington, D.C. You also can learn about other upcoming meetings in our Meetings area.

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TRAINING

young adultsCheck all of the upcoming training opportunities for legislators and staff on NCSL's calendar.

You also can learn about online ltraining opportunities at our Webinars and e-Learning page.

 

THE NCSL BLOG

  • ACA Outreach and Enrollment: It's Not All on the States

    In the run-up to the March 31 open enrollment deadline, many states, the federal government, nonprofits, and others were on a mission: educate Americans about new health coverage options and help the eligible sign up for coverage. Although we’re still awaiting final enrollment numbers, it is safe to say that enrollment experiences have varied significantly across states—regardless of who is running the health insurance exchange.

  • Webinar Examines Energy Diversity, Reliability and Risk


    Do the rapid changes we are seeing in energy resources pose a threat to the stability and reliability of our electric grid? What risks do extreme weather events, such as the polar vortex, pose to our ability to heat and cool our homes, or run our businesses, during these critical times?

     

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