NCSL Legislative Video Resource Center

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

Redistricting Trends and Impacts from the Nation’s Experts

The meat of redistricting, the actual redrawing of district lines, is almost in the rearview mirror. But fights over how those lines were drawn are heating up, and taking shape in new and interesting ways. In this webinar, NCSL policy experts and publishers of major redistricting websites All About Redistricting and RedistrictingOnline will review how the redistricting cycle unfolded, where things stand and litigation trends. Whether you're a seasoned hand or a first time observer, this webinar is for you. The experts are ready for your questions, so come prepared! Moderator: Ben Williams, Principal, NCSL Elections & Redistricting Program. Speakers: Michelle Davis, Publisher, RedistrictingOnline and Doug Spencer, Publisher, All About Redistricting.

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Health Care Costs 101: What’s a State to Do?

Health care costs continue to be a top priority for state legislators and their constituents. However, addressing those costs—and understanding what drives them—can be a complicated task. This webinar will feature national and state perspectives on tackling major cost issues, including commercial health care prices and improving efficiencies within the health care system. Speaker: Michael Chernew, PhD,  professor, Department of Health Care Policy, Harvard Medical School, Senator Bryan Townsend, Delaware and Grant Thomas, director, Georgia Office of Health Strategy and Coordination

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Creating Visually Appealing Reports

This webinar is offered as part of the National Legislative Program Evaluation Society's continuing efforts to provide online training to NLPES members and others. It will be recorded for those who are unable to attend the live meeting.

This webinar is about creating visually appealing and easy-to-read reports. A report 's design should have appeal at first glance and help readers notice what information is available. Why is this important? You may have less than one second to attract and hold users' attention. During this webinar, learn how audit offices have revamped their report designs to make them more visually appealing, useful and easy to read.

Moderator: Lonnie Edgar, deputy director, Mississippi Joint Legislative Committee on Performance Evaluation and Expenditure Review. Speakers: Kade Minchey, auditor general, Utah Office of the Legislative Auditor General title and organization, Emily Martin,committee communications administrative assistant, and Rebecca Connolly, research analyst III, Washington Joint Legislative Audit and Review Committee, Rakesh Mohan, director, or Amanda Bartlett, principal evaluator, Idaho Office of Performance Evaluations and Catherine Vale, performance auditor, Arizona Office of the Auditor General.

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Produced by: NLPES

Helping All Students Succeed through Trauma-Informed Education

During this webinar, participants will have a chance to learn more about trauma-informed education from Jennifer Smith from the Marshfield Clinic Health System. Attendees will get the chance to ask questions and share about how their state is handling these concerns. This webinar is part of NCSL’s Education Friday series.

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State Actions to Increase Access to Supportive Housing

To improve the health of individuals experiencing homelessness and reduce associated health care costs, many states are leveraging COVID-19 relief and other funds to provide permanent supportive housing. This type of low-barrier, affordable housing provides health care and support services, such as case management, child care and employment assistance. Featuring national and state perspectives, this webinar will explore the landscape of permanent supportive housing and highlight several state legislative actions.

This webinar is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of an award totaling $767,749 with 100% funded by HRSA/HHS. The contents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement, by HRSA, HHS, or the U.S. Government.

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