Under the leadership of NLC President Chris Coleman, mayor, St. Paul, MN., and NLC Executive Director Clarence Anthony, the organization finalized its 2014 priorities.
During the 2014 Congressional City Conference, there will be time available to visit your congressional delegation on Capitol Hill. This time offers a unique opportunity to discuss the issues most important to cities with federal legislators and their Washington, DC staff.
While an honest attempt at solving the problems of our nation’s tax code, Congressman Camp’s proposal would reduce the ability of cities to create jobs and expand the economy.
In response to President Obama’s TIGER grant announcement, NLC commends the President for his continued commitment to modernize and expand the nation’s infrastructure.
National League of Cities (NLC) President Chris Coleman, Mayor of Saint Paul, Minn. today released this statement calling on Congress to raise the U.S. debt ceiling limit.
The National League of Cities (NLC) today announced its 2014 federal action priorities and called on Congress and the Administration to prioritize investments in cities and their residents that encourage and take advantage of the innovation happening on the local level to drive economic growth.
NLC's Federal Advocacy team serves as the voice for America's cities and towns in Washington. Through federal advocacy and lobbying efforts on Capitol Hill, as well as grassroots outreach in hometowns nationwide, NLC achieves its mission of protecting municipal interests, seeking federal support for local investments, and influencing the outcome of federal policy debates affecting local governance.