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House and Senate Make Broadband a Priority

Bills introduced in the House and Senate would provide $70 million for broadband development grants.

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State Revenue Collections Below Forecast

State revenues for November and December were $102 million below forecast. The updated numbers might require lower state spending, which could affect initiatives supported by cities.

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Don’t Miss This Advanced Training in Effective City Governance

Enhance your communication techniques, discover how to share ideas clearly and persuasively, and more this February.

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Several Employment Bills Introduced in House

Several bills have been introduced in the House of Representatives that would impact city employment practices.

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  • Broadband

    House and Senate Make Broadband a Priority

  • State Budget

    State Revenue Collections Below Forecast

  • Experienced Officials: 2019 Leadership Conference

    Don’t Miss This Advanced Training in Effective City Governance

  • Employment

    Several Employment Bills Introduced in House

Bills introduced in the House and Senate would provide $70 million for broadband development grants.
Learn More
State revenues for November and December were $102 million below forecast. The updated numbers might require lower state spending, which could affect initiatives supported by cities.
Learn More
Enhance your communication techniques, discover how to share ideas clearly and persuasively, and more this February.
Learn More
Several bills have been introduced in the House of Representatives that would impact city employment practices.
Learn More

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