State legislatures and local governments face immense difficulties resulting from the COVID-19 crisis.
There have been conflicts over openings; debates on when states should convene; and general economic, financial, and political turmoil. Add to that the intense pressure mayors and local leaders have been under, as they work with state officials and the federal government to guide their cities to recovery.
Join our panel of state and local lawmakers for an analysis of what’s likely to happen at the state legislatures and local level of government for the next six months, in light of the pandemic.
- Brian Feldman, Maryland State Senator
- David Argall, Pennsylvania State Senator
- Jim Lane, Mayor of Scottsdale, Arizona
Watch On-Demand! Election officials from all over the country are struggling to cover a range of budget needs in light of rising costs and new challenges. Between fixed and ongoing funding needs for their security, staffing, equipment, facilities, and more, local election officials are scrambling every year to provide voters with the 21st century voting […]
The Global Race to Supply Our Future: Mineral Demands, Supply Chain Vulnerabilities and Our Broken Permitting ProcessNov 4, 2022 03:11 PM
Watch On-Demand! For decades, the U.S. has been plagued by its over-reliance on foreign countries for minerals, and our complex mine permitting process continues to obstruct the ability to meet our mineral needs with domestic resources. The confluence of several events, including skyrocketing mineral demands from electric vehicles and green energy technologies, several permitting reform […]
Event Overview On September 20th, 2022, U.S. Travel Association will host the second annual “The Future of Travel Mobility” conference at Union Station in Washington D.C. This unique gathering brings together global business leaders in travel, transportation and technology, elected and appointed government officials, policymakers and policy influencers. Through in-depth, thought-provoking dialogue, we will examine […]
Watch On-Demand Event Overview On July 21, CQ Roll Call and the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) hosted a virtual event to discuss: From autos to washing machines to medical devices, the products we depend on are built on semiconductors. The global chip shortage has exposed vulnerabilities in the semiconductor supply chain and highlighted the urgent […]
Event Overview According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Antibiotic Resistance Threats in the United States report, more than 2.8 million antibiotic-resistant infections occur in the U.S. each year, and at least 35,000 people die as a result of these “superbugs.” A robust pipeline of novel antimicrobial medicines is necessary for treatments […]
Event Overview The House Select Committee on the Modernization of Congress was created in the 116th Congress in the pursuit to make a more efficient and effective Congress for the American people. With the committee in its final year, more than 140 bipartisan recommendations have been offered towards this endeavor. Since its creation, the Committee […]