The League advocates for Minnesota cities on Capitol Hill
With the heightened attention to our nation’s Capitol, the League Board of Directors has adopted a more active federal advocacy strategy. We will communicate, build relationships, and partner on important legislation and administrative rulemaking with all members of Minnesota’s congressional delegation. Now more than ever, the city voice needs to be heard in Washington, D.C.
- American Rescue Plan Act Reporting: Steps to Take Right Now
- American Rescue Plan Act Compliance and Reporting Guidance Updated
- US Supreme Court Stays OSHA COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing Requirements
- ARPA Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds Final Rule Released
- US Treasury Releases New Portal for ARPA Local Fiscal Relief Fund Reporting
- MMB Publishes Updated ARPA Distribution Report
- US House Passes $1.2 Trillion Infrastructure Bill
- FCC Ruling on Franchise Fees Partially Upheld by Appeals Court
- New Earmark Process: What Cities Should Know About Congressionally Directed Spending
- Biden Administration Rolls Out American Jobs Plan Infrastructure Package
- American Rescue Plan Act: Provisions of Interest to Cities
- President Biden Signs American Rescue Plan With $350 Billion in Aid to State and Local Governments
- Federal Health Care Reform
National League of Cities
While the League of Minnesota Cities focuses primarily on state legislative issues, we also advocate on federal issues directly and through our partner organization, the National League of Cities (NLC).
NLC is a key advocacy and information resource for elected city officials. NLC keeps members apprised of federal regulations, solutions to problems, and challenges for the future.
In 1924, the League of Minnesota Cities and other state municipal leagues formed NLC to have a voice for city issues in Washington, D.C. Today, NLC continues its advocacy role and includes a wide variety of learning and leadership development opportunities.
Elected officials from League of Minnesota Cities member cities can attend NLC conferences and leadership training seminars, serve on policy committees, and access NLC’s information resources. Your city can also become an NLC Direct Member City, allowing you to receive additional discounts and strengthen your level of participation in NLC.