Join us Aug. 17 and Aug. 24 as we explore and discuss the history and state-of-play for three existing federal authorities for forgiving student loan balances: Income-driven repayment, public service loan forgiveness, and borrower defense to repayment.
Litigator Morgan Ratner summarizes the impact of the U.S. Supreme Court’s recently completed term and looks ahead to what’s on the docket for the next one.
Watch recordings of livestreamed sessions, find presentations and more from the 2022 NCSL Legislative Summit.
NCSL offers this information in the hope that it’s useful to policymakers considering ranked choice voting legislation but does not take a position on whether the system should be adopted.
Two years of the COVID-19 pandemic have put a spotlight on the many challenges faced by public health professionals. A key one is the collection and analysis of public health data information that can then be used to determine strategies to control a disease outbreak.
NCSL's new officers include, from left: President Scott Bedke (R-Idaho), President-Elect Brian Patrick Kennedy (D-R.I), Vice President Wayne Harper (R-Utah), Staff Chair Anne Sappenfield (Wisconsin) and Staff Vice Chair Sabrina Lewellen (Arkansas).
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During the COVID-19 pandemic, we went from dinner out to dinner in. Americans took to cooking at home and the use of food-delivery apps more than doubled as takeout often took the place of eating at restaurants.