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NCSL Legislative Video Resource Center

The NCSL Video Resource Center is a collection of recorded webinars accessible for on-demand learning.

NCSL State-Federal Briefing: SCOTUS Update

NCSL closely tracks U.S. Supreme Court cases with significant state impact. Join us for a briefing on the most impactful cases, including federal agency authority, redistricting, elected officials’ use of social media and firearms possession.

Focus on the Voters

Who are the most important people in an election? The voters. In the third installment of NCSL’s four-part webinar series on election administration, U.S. Election Assistance Commissioner Tom Hicks will address questions voters often ask and how states “get out the information” to voters. He’ll cover how states ensure the right to vote for people with disabilities and citizens living abroad (military and otherwise). 

This is one webinar in a series on the 2024 election. View the whole series here.

GDO and Grid Modernization Efforts in the States

The DOE Grid Deployment Office is investing billions in funding for states to improve grid reliability and modernize grid operations. This webinar will highlight a few GDO-funded state grid improvement projects from around the U.S. 

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Using Creativity: Don’t Just Survive, Thrive!

Many of us yearn to be creative but lack the courage to dive in. An artist with a background in business, Tricia Rose Burt has worked with Fortune 500 companies and industry leaders, blending her experiences and galvanizing audiences to step into their creative selves—so they can reinvent, adapt and develop new solutions both at home and at work.

Produced by: LSCC

Unpacking the Elements of Extended Producer Responsibility

Over the past two decades, state lawmakers have demonstrated growing interest in extended producer responsibility (EPR), a policy approach that assigns producers greater responsibility for the end-of-life management of the products they introduce to the market. EPR programs aim to reduce public spending on waste management, increase recycling, and contribute to innovations in product design. While initially focused on products such as electronics and paint, the emphasis is now on plastic packaging, solar panels and lithium-ion batteries. This webinar will explore the evolution of EPR and associated policies to revitalize recycling.

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