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NLC News

Feb 12
Inside of Capitol Building Dome
Inside of Capitol Building Dome
  • Federal
  • Advocacy

In this issue:

Congressional Bipartisan Budget Act Preempts WH Budget; Is a Major Win for Cities City Leaders Join President for Infrastructure Proposal Release Deadline Extended: Join NLC for Capitol Hill Advocacy Day during CCC Disaster Aid Funding Included in the Senate Continuing Resolution Deal What a Citizenship Question on the Census Would Mean for Cities House Committee…
Jan 30
United States Capitol Building
United States Capitol Building
  • Federal
  • Advocacy

In this issue:

Shutdown Ends and Advances City Priorities, but Funding Still Up in the Air San Francisco Local Leaders Highlight Need for Infrastructure and Workforce Development Cities Urge Comprehensive, Responsible Immigration Reform White House Infrastructure Outreach to Cities Continues as State of the Union Nears NLC Provides the Local Perspective at U.S. Chamber Infrastructure…
Jan 16
US Capitol
US Capitol
  • Federal
  • Advocacy

In this issue:

Starting the New Year with New Tax Law New NLC Infrastructure Brief Shows Where Cities are Missing Funding Tools Make Your Voice Hear: Register for NLC’s Capitol Hill Advocacy Day EPA Extends Comment Deadline for CPP Repeal; Solicits Input on Replacement Immigration Conversations Continue in Washington Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Online Sales Tax Case DOJ Issues Memo…
Dec 19
U.S. Capitol
U.S. Capitol
  • Advocacy
  • Federal

In this issue:

Tax Reform Passes the House and Moves Onto the Senate FCC Votes to Repeal Net Neutrality Rules House Passage of Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act Threatens Cities BDAC Needs Local Feedback, Data on Wireless Siting Funding for CHIP Remains Uncertain NLC Releases 2018 National Municipal Policy

 

Tax Reform Passes the House and Moves Onto the Senate

Brian Egan,…

Dec 05
Inside view of Capitol Hill Dome
Inside view of Capitol Hill Dome
  • Advocacy
  • Federal

In this issue:

Tax Reform Continues to Race Forward Congressional Leaders Remain Undecided on CR House Passes Brownfields Reauthorization City Representatives Defends Against Preemption in FCC Advisory Committee First House Drone Hearing Shows Need to Find a “Sweet Spot” for Local Input Cities Call on Congress to Preserve Local Authority in Broadband Deployment Upcoming EPA Webinar…
Nov 06
Inside view of Capitol Hill Dome
Inside view of Capitol Hill Dome
  • Advocacy
  • Federal

In this issue:

Tax Plan Takeaways for City Leaders Cities, Start Your Drone Idea Engines Senate Considers Draft Bill to Preempt Local Rights of Way Authority House Votes on Key Healthcare Provisions NLC Conference Delegates to Vote on Changes to NLC National Municipal Policy in Charlotte   Tax Plan Takeaways for City Leaders

Irma Esparza Diggs, 202.626.3176

On November 2…

Oct 24
Capitol Hill Dome
Capitol Hill Dome
  • Advocacy
  • Federal

In this issue:

Senate Moves Budget and Tax Reform Forward Sign on to Fight Broadband Preemption Florida Local Leaders Travel to DC to Advocate for Cities Senate Passes Integrated Planning Bill FCC Fully Appointed: NLC Urges Collaboration Rather than Preemption Speaker’s Bipartisan Task Force Examines Federalism NLC Weighs in on Water Infrastructure Priorities Competing Forces Work…
Sep 12
The Capitol
The Capitol
  • Federal
  • Advocacy

In this Issue:

NLC Leaders Represent City Priorities in Washington PSCP Committee Meets in Nation’s Capital ITC Committee Meets in the City of Mesa City Priorities Protected in FY2018 Spending and Debt Limit Deal Encouraging Signs for Cities in FY2018 House Omnibus Appropriations Make a Difference for Cities: Become a Federal Advocacy Committee Member NLC Calls on Congress to…
Aug 01
Russell Senate Office Building
Russell Senate Office Building
  • Federal
  • Advocacy

With the House having adjourned and the Senate set to adjourn next week for the summer recess, the next issue of the Federal Advocacy Update will be published on Tuesday, September 12. When Congress reconvenes on September 5, they will face deadlines to pass spending bills to avoid a government shutdown on October 1. It promises to be a busy fall with issues important to cities and towns front…

Jul 18
U.S. Capitol
U.S. Capitol
  • Federal
  • Advocacy

In this issue:

FY18 Federal Budget: State of Play for Cities Why SALT Matters to Cities Senate Committee Passes Brownfields Reauthorization DOL Overtime Rule Update Better Care Reconciliation Act Fails to Collect Necessary Senate Votes FY18 Federal Budget: State of Play for Cities

Angelina Panettieri, 202.626.3196

In its Fiscal Year 2018 budget plan, the administration…