Also of Note …
- On Feb. 9, the White House Council of Economic Advisors released a report of ideas for how to reduce U.S. drug prices.
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NCSL's Advocacy in Washington
NCSL's Washington staff advocate Congress, the White House, and federal agencies on behalf of state legislatures in accord with the policy directives and resolutions that are recommended by the NCSL Standing Committees and adopted by the full conference at the annual NCSL Legislative Summit Business Meeting. As a result of the advocacy that is guided by these policies positions, NCSL is recognized as a formidable lobbying force in state-federal relations.
NCSL Staff in Washington, D.C.
- Neal Osten | 202-624-8660 | Molly Ramsdell | 202-624-3584 | Directors
- Max Behlke | 202-624-3586 | Budgets and Revenue
- Danielle Dean | 202-624-8698 | Communications, Financial Services
- Susan Frederick | 202-624-3566 | Law, Criminal Justice, and Public Safety
- Abbie Gruwell | 202-624-3569 | Human Services
- Ben Husch | 202-624-7779 | Natural Resources and Infrastructure
- Jon Jukuri | 202-624-8663 | Labor, Economic Development and International Trade
- Haley Nicholson | 202-624-8662 | Health
- Ethan Wilson | 202-624-8686 | Commerce and Financial Services
- Joan Wodiska | 202-624-3558 | Education