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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.

Ensuring Quality of Care in Long-Term Care Facilities: State Actions and Innovations

States license and oversee an array of facilities offering long-term services and supports to patients. This webinar will highlight state examples of programs and policies that aim to improve care and ensure access in long-term care facilities, including improving state licensing and oversight of ownership structures, addressing workforce shortages and more. 

Remote Work Revolution: How can remote work taxation affect state budgets?

The shift away from the office has had far-reaching implications especially when it comes to employees, businesses, and state budgets. This webinar aims to take a deeper dive into these issues and discuss what states can to adapt to the ever changing labor market.

Priming Yourself for the 2024 Primaries

Join NCSL’s Wendy Underhill and Ben Williams in this short webinar to learn the “primary” things to know ahead of the 2024 primaries, including who can participate, requirements to get on the ballot, the role of parties versus the state and much more.

New Legislator Training

Equipping new state legislators with essential skills in media, negotiation, effectiveness, and working with lobbyists.

USDA Briefing on New Tools to Combat Summer Hunger

USDA Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) Senior Advisor for External Engagement Alberto González and FNS staff briefed NCSL members on two new tools to fight child hunger when schools are closed for the summer: the non-congregate summer meal option for rural communities and the Summer EBT program. The briefing covered updates on these new options, including recent federal guidance, and how state legislatures can support successful implementation to better meet the nutritional needs of children during the summer months.