NCSL and A Starting Point (ASP), the civic engagement platform created by Chris Evans, Mark Kassen and Joe Kiani, have partnered on this nonpartisan, cross-platform content series demystifying state legislatures and public policy. “State of Play” offers video content and lawmaker conversations about the big issues facing states.
Affordable housing is a key issue for state legislatures in 2024, and the topic takes center stage in this episode of “State of Play.” Listen in as two legislators discuss the roles states play in housing policy, how their states are tackling rising housing costs and more.
Legislators in 31 states introduced at least 191 bills focused on artificial intelligence in 2023, with 14 of those bills becoming laws. Two legislators discuss the benefits and risks of the technology and how states are addressing the many issues surrounding it.
“State of Play,” a nonpartisan monthly series demystifying state legislatures and public policy, will offer explainer-style video content and lawmaker conversations about the significant issues states will address in 2024.
Created by Chris Evans, Mark Kassen and technology entrepreneur Joe Kiani, ASP aims to create a bipartisan channel of communication and connectivity between Americans and their elected officials with the goal of creating a more informed electorate.
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