Please contact your representatives and ask them to vote against the Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act, a bill that would strip local governments of the authority to tax Internet access.
The annual Congress of Cities and Exposition is coming together again, and this year’s 90th Anniversary conference is shaping up to be big, bold and perfectly adapted to the needs of today’s local elected officials and staff.
NLC members who are interested in attending the 2014 NLC University Leadership Summit are eligible to apply for a $2,500 Michael H.T. Lynch Memorial Scholarship.
As the stalemate over the future of the federal transportation program continues in the House and Senate, in a letter to Capitol Hill, NLC's Executive Director and the Executive Directors of all 49 state municipal leagues continued the push for federal transportation funding.
Thirty local leaders from across the country committed to lead juvenile justice reform in their cities during the Municipal Leaderships for Juvenile Justice Reform Leadership Academy.
Mayors Chris Coleman of Saint Paul, Minn., Betsy Price of Fort Worth, Texas and Edna Jackson of Savannah, Ga. gave a briefing to Senate staff on the way mayors are improving educational outcomes and the need for educational reform, including reauothorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA).
Gaps in the “talent pipeline” pose a serious challenge as city leaders strive to develop a robust and innovative local economy.
NLC, ICMA, NACo, NCSL, and NGA invite you to join in a free webinar series that will help state and local leaders learn about available opportunities, leading practices, and lessons learned about veteran reintegration programs.
National League of Cities (NLC) released this statement from Clarence Anthony, NLC’s executive director on President Obama’s plan to send increased resources to the U.S. – Mexican border in response to the increased numbers of immigrants.
Following Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Tom Wheeler's decision to introduce a proposal for consideration at the FCC's July meeting to modernize the E-Rate program to bring high-speed Wi-Fi to every student and library, National League of Cities Executive Director Clarence E. Anthony issued the following statement.