NCSL Legislative Video Resource Center

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

Answering the Research Question: How Do We Add Value?

Learn about common values and goals that legislative staff have when addressing research questions for legislators, relevant considerations to use when gathering evidence, and how to effectively communicate the results for the greatest impact. Speaker: Greg Fugate, Colorado Office of the State Auditor

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Produced by: LSCC

A Look Inside Media Credentialing

Learn from an expert panel about aspects of media credentialing, including traditional and new media and how media credentialing worked during the pandemic. Speakers include Betsy Theroux and Camille Taylor, Georgia General Assembly; Aundrea Peterson, Utah Legislature; Jen Waldref, Washington Legislature.

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Produced by: LINCS

The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act: An Explainer for States

President Biden signed the bipartisan $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act into law on Nov. 15, 2021. The bill was approved by House on Nov. 5 and in the Senate in August 2021. NCSL discusses the bill in-depth during this informative webinar.

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Energy Security: Planning for Every Threat

Energy systems in the U.S. are adapting to new operating paradigms as technological shifts open up new threat vectors and changing weather patterns unleash more destructive storms. Learn about the vital role federal and state governments play to help ensure these systems are insulated from the worst of these threats and prepared to respond when emergencies arise. Speakers include Senator Reuven Carlyle (D-Wash.), Kimberly Denbrow, American Gas Association, and Kate Marks, Department of Energy.

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Unemployment Insurance

Learn about unemployment insurance funding systems and legislative trends from 2020 and 2021 on unemployment insurance.

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