NCSL Legislative Video Resource Center

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

Conducting 50-State Research

Learn several 50-state information gathering strategies for reviewing articles, cases, commercial databases, court briefs, government publications and websites.

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Produced by: RELACS

Health Disparities in Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities

Health data on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) are often put into one category, which can mask meaningful differences among the numerous AAPI subgroups. This webinar will share health disparities and data collection in AAPI communities and some policy options to address the issue. Moderator: Representative Ryan Yamane, Hawaii, Co-Chair, NAPACSL Health, Human Services and Housing Committee Co-Chair. Speakers: Stella S. Yi, MPH, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Population Health, NYU Grossman School of Medicine.

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Getting Women Back to Work: The Role of Child and School-Aged Care

During this webinar, participants will hear an overview from NCSL’s Jennifer Palmer around challenges facing child care and families and how states are addressing these concerns. Following that, Bridget Dazey, of Clackamas Workforce Partnership, will share how collaboration between business, child care, afterschool, policymakers and others are supporting their child and school-aged care system. NCSL will also facilitate state sharing amongst attendees throughout the virtual meeting. This webinar is part of NCSL’s Education Friday series.

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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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Knowing—and Showing—An Election Was Accurate

An election isn’t over when the polls close― it’s over when election administrators complete their postelection activities, and the election results are certified. With more attention than ever on these postelection processes, learn how fine-tuning laws around audits, chain of custody, ballot reconciliation, certification schedule and voter information can ensure confidence in the election for election officials and voters alike. Speakers are Jennifer Morrell, Democracy Fund & The Elections Group, and Wendy Underhill, NCSL.

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