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Legislative Information and Communications

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Fall Virtual Programming 2021

LINCS is pleased to offer fall 2021 virtual professional development programming in lieu of in-person meetings. These sessions cover a variety of topics for LINCS members and are useful whether you are new to the legislature or a seasoned staffer with extensive legislative experience.

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Get Ready for Session Webinars

Get ready for session with two professional development webinars geared specifically to legislative staff. Fellow staffer Greg Fugate of Colorado will help hone your research acumen on Dec. 7, and NCSL's Curt Stedron will be on hand to help you perfect your presentation skills on Dec. 9. Register today!

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LEGISLATIVE INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION STAFF SECTION (LINCS)

Legislative Information & Communication Staff Section (LINCS)

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All About LINCS

If you work in communications in a state legislature, you are a member of LINCS! Take advantage of the benefits of being in a professional association—connecting with colleagues around the country. Learn more about what LINCS has to offer you through meetings and resources such as the LINCS newsletter, The Voice, and find out how to get involved.

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The Voice: Summer 2021

This issue includes contributions from several members: LINCS Chair Betsy Theroux's column and articles about story pitching, burn out and podcasting. Also included is more information about NCSL Base Camp 2021 and congratulations to this year's NCSL award winners! 

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Legislative communicators turn to LINCS when they want to find out how other states handle various communications functions. We pose those questions to our members and share their responses. Our resources include a state-by-state list of legislative social media sites and media credentialing policies.