By Bob Maurice, Manager, State Issues The drawdown from the conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq has returned a flood of separating service members to the states, looking for civilian employment, many of them very highly skilled or credentialed. However, business and state and local officials recognize that finding employers is not the only challenge for many of […]
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ARLINGTON, VA, June 8 – Stateside Associates announced today that Kiley Smith is joining its growing State and Local Government Issue Management practice as Senior Political Consultant. Kiley most recently served as Executive Director of the Republican Legislative Campaign Committee (RLCC), the national organization dedicated exclusively to electing more Republicans to state legislatures and the […]
President Trump established the President’s Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis, appointing New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R) as chair of the Commission. Several state leaders are expected to join the commission, and their inclusion sends a strong signal of the type of polices the Commission is likely to consider and endorse.
The Environmental Council of the States held its Spring Meeting this past week in Washington, D.C.
Stateside Associates and the National League of Cities (NLC) co-hosted a webinar March 7 examining state preemption and local government issues.
Most governors have already delivered a State of the State address. Learn more about what they spoke about and hear about all the lighthearted moments as well.
Stateside’s Senior Vice President Robert Holden was quoted in an article for The Hill regarding the relationship between states and the federal government under the new administration.
In a major upset for the Popular Democratic Party, the 2016 General Elections flipped both chambers of the Puerto Rican Legislative Assembly and the Office of the Governor, transferring political control to the New Progressive Party (PNP).
Following the outcome of the 2016 general election, the Connecticut Senate will be split evenly between Democrats and Republicans for the first time since the 1893-4 biennium. Learn more about what happened then and what to expect regarding control of the chamber in the 2017 legislative session here.
Which chambers could flip in the November 8 elections?