The December issue looks at the work states face to deal with the health care needs of an aging population and new approaches to teacher evaluations.
States spend billions of dollars annually on tax incentives for economic development by offering businesses credits, exemptions and deductions to businesses to locate, hire, expand and invest within their borders. But do they deliver a strong return on public investment? Legislators will learn about state action to assess whether tax incentives deliver a strong return on taxpayers dollars.
Since 2003, the NCSL/AECF Partnership on Family Economic Success has held a yearly meeting to give lawmakers a chance to convene with their colleagues and discuss solutions to the challenges faced by low-income working families. Legislative leadership from 10 states send small teams of legislators to the forum. Participants hear from leading experts and practitioners and develop an action plan that is relevant to their state.
Opportunities For Working Families: A Leadership Forum for State Lawmakers: Meetings and Agenda
Working Families Documents
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