Reporters and news organizations won’t want to miss a moment of the National Conference of State Legislatures' 36th annual Legislative Summit.
Each summer, NCSL brings thousands of legislators and staff together for its Legislative Summit, the largest and most substantive meeting of its kind in the nation.
The Summit provides the perfect opportunity for policymakers to exchange ideas on the most pressing issues facing states today. And it gives reporters story ideas, new contacts and insights to how issues in their states compare nationally.
Please review NCSL's Media Policy.
The 2010 Legislative Summit is more than three days of 150 policy sessions on the most pressing issues facing state legislatures. Some of the topics include budget conditions, education reform, health care funding and renewable energy.
For more information, contact NCSL public affairs and media relations staff, Meagan Dorsch. Please review NCSL's Media Policy.
NCSL's entire meeting is free and open to credentialed reporters. Please review NCSL's Media Policy to see if you can register as media for the Summit.
You will be able to work from our press room at the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville. We provide computers, Internet connections and more.
Reporters will have several opportunities to interview an array of NCSL policy experts and state lawmakers along with nationally renowned speakers at scheduled press events and during one-on-one interview opportunities.