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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.

OneNote for the Legislature

This interactive session will introduce Microsoft OneNote and how the digital note-taking app can be useful for legislative work. Legislative staff experts will cover the application of OneNote features and tools to different case studies to demonstrate how to put them into practice. It is recommended that attendees bring a laptop, iPad or other device with OneNote installed. 

PFAS: When Lasting Forever Is A Problem

State responses to PFAS, or “forever chemicals,” are rapidly evolving, and go far beyond drinking water and firefighting foam management. Join us to discuss proposed federal maximum contaminant levels and the way states are addressing this class of emerging contaminants.

Get to Know Your Federal Agencies: The Commerce Department

Learn about the Commerce Department programs designed to help your state spur local economies, create new jobs and enhance resiliency. This interactive panel features Commerce leaders who will discuss ways your state can benefit from the department's new programs.

ICWA Upheld: What’s Next in Indian Child Welfare Policy

Following a June 2023 U.S. Supreme Court decision, the federal Indian Child Welfare Act remains intact. Learn why some experts refer to ICWA as the gold standard in child welfare law, how states responded when the law was called into jeopardy and steps legislatures can take to support Native children in the child welfare system.

Energy Staff Network Quarterly Virtual Meeting

Energy staff network helps educate and assist energy policy-focused state legislative staff working on a wide range of energy policy issues. Come hear a guest speaker at this quarterly meeting.