2021 Summit Livestreaming

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Wednesday, Nov. 3

10:30-11:30 a.m. ET Recording
Cocktails To Go: How COVID Changed Alcohol Regulation
Responding to the COVID-19 pandemic has brought about significant change to the three-tier system and alcohol regulation in the states, including to-go cocktails, deliveries and shipments. Come learn about the changes and the impact on future alcohol sales and production regulation.

11:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m. ET Recording
Juvenile Justice in the Post-Pandemic World
COVID-19 affected every aspect of the juvenile justice system, from arrests to probation, detention and reentry. Learn about shifting juvenile justice priorities as well as lessons learned. And examine policies to help young people with criminal records re-enter post-pandemic society and make the most of their lives.

2-3:15 p.m. ET Recording
What Election Policymakers Wish Election Officials Knew — and Vice Versa
Legislators make election laws, local election officials implement them, and elections run best when these two groups work together. Come hear legislators and election officials share what they wished the other knew. Attendees will leave with new perspectives about the priorities and challenges of election policymakers and policy implementers alike.

Thursday, Nov. 4

10:30-11:30 a.m. ET Recording
Supreme Court Watch: What States Need to Know Now
Join us to learn more about U.S. Supreme Court decisions with state and local impact from the court’s October 2020 term. And gain fresh insight into relevant 2021 cases and opinions.

1-2 p.m. ET Recording
The Redistricting Road Map: Where Are We Now?
States are in the thick of redistricting—and the U.S. Department of Justice is watching. Hear from the assistant attorney general what guidelines the Civil Rights Division will be following this cycle. Legislators and redistricting practitioners will then respond with views from the states. Spoiler alert: This redistricting cycle has been a bumpy ride so far!

2:15-3:15 p.m. ET |  Recording
The Evolution of Policing in America-
In 2020, national events triggered a surge in legislative attention to law enforcement policy and the nation’s 18,000 agencies — an infrastructure described as one of the most fragmented in the world. But states are stepping in with new conduct standards to enhance officer accountability. Learn more about what’s happening at the state level to change policing in America.

Friday, Nov. 5

11 a.m.-Noon ET | Recording
Supply Chains: What’s Wrong—And Can It Be Fixed?
You’ve probably noticed some empty shelves, longer wait times for online orders—and of course, the price of gas. Is this all due to COVID-19? Or is it more complicated? Join us for a deep dive into the intricate and interwoven world of supply chains, global transport and congressional action on infrastructure.

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