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Elected or appointed females in government are eligible for awards.(Published Mar 25, 2013)
The event offered important insights for city leaders as they work with their state legislators, and advocate for city priorities during the 2013 session and beyond.(Published Mar 25, 2013)
City officials can now take a brief video tour of visiting the Capitol and meeting with legislators.(Published Feb 19, 2013)
The council's report outlines changes it has made to the Performance Measurement Program.(Published Jan 14, 2013)
During the 2013 legislative session, the League's IGR staff will be posting regular updates to the new Third Reading newsfeed.(Published Jan 14, 2013)
Long-time League lobbyist worked on elections, data practices, housing, and telecommunications issues at the Minnesota Capitol.(Published Dec 21, 2012)
The League board adopted the 2013 legislative priorities, which will help guide IGR work at the capitol during the 2013 legislative session.(Published Dec 20, 2012)
The National League of Cities (NLC) organized a conference call with state municipal leagues to discuss the pending fiscal cliff and its implications for states and cities.(Published May 31, 2012)
The U.S. Department of Justice has extended the deadline to next January to comply with new accessibility rules for swimming pools.(Published May 31, 2012)
Over the past 11 years, O'Rourke worked to influence several legislative issues affecting cities, including economic development and city revenue sources.
Contact intergovernmental relations (IGR) staff if you have questions about legislative issues.