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  • CitiesSpeak

In what has been described as the most important “one-person, one-vote” case since the Supreme Court adopted the principle over 50 years ago, the Court held that states may apportion state legislative districts based on total population. Local…

redeistricting
redeistricting
  • Federal Advocacy Update
In this issue: Tell Your Senators: Stand with Flint and Cities NLC Joins House and Senate Champions to Support CDBG Senate Seeks Drone Regulations that Preempt Municipal Governments FEMA Proposal a Disaster NLC Calls for Flexibility in…
  • Federal Advocacy Update
In this issue: Legislation to Address Opioid Epidemic Passes the Senate NLC and NACo Name Members of Task Force to Address Opioid Epidemic NLC Supports Water Infrastructure Funding in Flint and Nationwide City Leaders Sound Off on Infrastructure…
  • Federal Advocacy Update
In this issue:  NLC Announces 2016 Federal Priorities 10 Years of Roberts Court for State and Local Government Webinar  Tenth Circuit Upholds Colorado's Effort to Collect Use Tax on Remote Sales Cities, Counties Announce Joint Task Force on…
  • Federal Advocacy Update
In this issue:  Permanent Tax Ban Headed to President's Desk President Obama's Final Budget Highlights Local Priorities U.S. Supreme Court Halts Implementation of Clean Power Plan NLC Urges Congress to Pass Criminal Justice Reform Legislation…
  • Federal Advocacy Update
In this issue: In the Presidential Candidate Debates, a Missed Opportunity for Infrastructure Upcoming Broadband Opportunities Available for Small Cities IRS Issues Proposed Retirement Age Rules for Governmental Plans Federal, State, Local…
  • Federal Advocacy Update
In this issue: In Final State of the Union, President Obama Supports City Priorities ACA Excise Tax Delayed Until 2020 Public Pension Reporting Requirements Out For Now Will Public Sector Collective Bargaining Survive This Supreme Court Term?…
  • Federal Advocacy Update
In this issue: NLC President and Executive Director Take To Capitol Hill To Applaud Transportation Efforts Congress Clears Legislation to Fund the Government in 2016  Cities Bring Powerful Voice to Paris Climate Change Negotiations  Tax Ban…
  • Federal Advocacy Update
In this issue: New Long Term Transportation Bill Set to Become Law  House Committee Agrees - Muni Bonds are High Quality Presidential Election Update: Cities Lead 2016 Watch Online: Metropolitan Broadband Discussion with Brookings Institution …
  • Press Release

WASHINGTON—Last night, the U.S. Senate joined the House to pass a five-year, $305 billion transportation bill, representing the first time Congress has passed a long-term national transportation funding bill in more than a decade. The "…

Press Release
Press Release