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LEGISLATORS

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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 training opportunities at our Webinars and e-Learning page.

 

THE NCSL BLOG

  • Pollsters: Political Environment Worst in Memory

    Republican pollster Neil Newhouse started off with a grabber: How many in the audience are running for office, he asked. Next, he wanted to know, how many of those races are competitive?

  • What We Convey is More Than We Say

    In case you’re wondering, the rock concert yesterday afternoon was in room L100ABC, during the Legislative Staff University course on communication skills.

  • States on Front Lines of Drug Death Epidemic

    A Minnesota state lawmaker who lost her 23-year-old daughter to a heroin overdose in 2007 carried legislation this past spring to help prevent similar deaths.

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