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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.

Transportation and Infrastructure

The Big Burn: Actions to Mitigate Wildfire Risk and Build Forest Resilience

Recent fire events have upended the notion of a summer fire season. States across the country are now battling large and unpredictable wildfires year-round. On this webinar, we’ll discuss the broad array of federal resources that are being made available to states and look at some specific actions states are taking to mitigate wildfire risk.

Federal Transportation Policy Update: What's Ahead

From the infrastructure law to autonomous vehicles and beyond, join us for an in-depth discussion on all things federal transportation policy as we head into 2023 and the start of the 118th Congress.

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.

Drugged Driving: What's a State to Do?

Find out about states' efforts to collect data on drug-impaired driving and discuss the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's evaluation tool to help states combat drug-impaired driving. Driving under the influence of drugs-with or without alcohol-appears to contribute to crashes, but data is incomplete and inconsistent, making it tough to track the scope of the problem. Speakers include Timothy Kerns, Maryland Department of Transportation, and Staci Hoff, Washington Traffic Safety Commission.

Energy You Can Count On: State and Federal Efforts to Enhance Energy Resilience

Examine the key risks and challenges to ensuring energy resiliency, explore how utilities and grid operators are working to enhance system resilience, and learn about state options for creating a more resilient energy grid.‚Äč Speakers include Aram Benyamin, Colorado Springs Utilities, Peter Larsen, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and Darlene Phillips, PJM Interconnection.

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