NCSL Legislative Video Resource Center

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

Number of search results: 14

Moving on Up: Economic Mobility in the U.S.

The economic resiliency of U.S. households is a cross-cutting issue like no other. It affects every aspect of life and intersects with every policy area, especially health, housing, employment, education and law enforcement. Despite its importance, economic mobility is on the decline. Learn more about the perils of waning economic mobility and about evidence-based solutions. Speakers include Danielle Goonan, The Rockefeller Foundation and David A. Williams, Opportunity Insights.

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Enhancing Local Budget Flexibility and Sustainability

Explore how local governments can face ongoing fiscal risks from declining commercial property values, growing debt loads and shifts in income tax revenue from increased telecommuting.

Information as of May 2021.

Speakers include Adrienne Lu and Alex Zhang, The Pew Charitable Trusts, Chris Morrill and Shayne Kavanaugh, Government Finance Officers Association, Rick Vilello and Andrew Sheaf, Department of Community and Economic Development, Representative Robert Freeman (D-Pa.).

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Leading and Legislating Beyond Crisis

In a year that seemed doomed to disease and economic ruin, legislative leaders found themselves on the adventure of a lifetime—and made history in the process. As the pandemic and protests swept through the country, keepers of the institution grasped their gavels, dusted off their Mason’s Manuals and governed in a most 21st-century way. Legislative and staff leaders tell their stories of motivation and ingenuity, answer questions about running sessions during a pandemic and share how they continue to lead beyond crisis.

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The Economic Case for Investing in Early Childhood

Explore the economic benefits of investing in early childhood. Speakers include Dr. Art Rolnik, University of Minnesota.

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Child Support It's Not Just What You Think

Explore the fundamentals of child support programs, policies and practices, the relationship between states and the federal Office of Child Support Enforcement, and the cost-avoidance benefits of participating in the federal child support program. States share examples of how they use child support programs to strengthen family economic security, enhance child development and increase employment among noncustodial parents. Speakers include Melissa Johnson and Yvette Riddick, Office of Child Support Enforcement.

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