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Investigative Audit Team Leader

Company: National Conference of State Legislatures
Location: Olympia
Posted on: May 26, 2023

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In this issue of Capitol to Capitol Department of Education Releases Proposed Rule on Medicaid Reimbursement for Special Education Services, and more. The 14th Amendment could offer avenue of recourse for President Joe Biden should Congress fail to resolve the debt ceiling issue. Some say that Biden could argue that the government is required to pay its bills and that the language of the... Two popular options for state property tax relief, homestead exemptions and circuit breakers, are covered here. However, years of appreciation are reflected in current property assessments, and the pressure on lawmakers to provide property tax... Recognize your colleagues with a shoutout or two, and be entered to win! Four lucky winners will receive a free registration for NCSL Base Camp in November. Plus, NCSL will treat the winning state to an ice cream social for staff! Connecticut,... As gig work becomes more and more popular, state lawmakers across the country are growing concerned that labor benefits historically enjoyed by U.S. workers have become out of reach for a sizable segment of the population, particularly those from... Lindsay Pealer is the supervising librarian in California's Office of Legislative Counsel.In this issue of Capitol to Capitol Senate Votes to Repeal Endangered Species Act Protections, COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Ends; Telehealth Flexibilities Continue, and more.RELACS Report articles - maintaining nonpartisanship, a discussion of US Supreme Court Justices about statutory interpretation, legislative staff achievement awards.
With mental health costs rising and insurance coverage uneven, state lawmakers are pursuing various policy actions to ensure people have access to affordable care. On this episode, Host Tim Storey talks with Cedric King, a retired army master sergeant, speaker, and author, who shares his inspiring story since he lost both his legs to an improvised explosive device while on a combat tour in Afghanistan. Each year, NCSL devotes a week to celebrating the contributions and accomplishments of legislative staff. In 2023, programming includes a town hall, special-edition podcast, webinar and the annual shoutout competition.An NCSL Q&A with Louis Lindstrom, the acting director of civic education for the Washington Senate.The NCSL Foundation for State Legislatures is sponsored by a distinguished group of leaders who represent the nation's most prestigious and influential corporations, unions and other organizations.To preserve access to important emergency and other outpatient health care in rural communities, Congress created a new Medicare provider type, rural emergency hospital, under the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021. For all the talk about the power of AI (and its ethical implications), the burgeoning technology-once relegated to the pages of science fiction-remains remarkably under-regulated (if not unregulated) in the United States. Supreme Court will reexamine and potentially limit or overturn the so-called Chevron deference, a decades-old doctrine that allows government agencies to interpret statutes whose language is not clear. Shifting Medicaid spending from institutional to home-based care, a process known as rebalancing, can reduce state costs and let seniors stay at home as they age.NCSL provides fact-based information on issues, statutory language, legislative process questions and so much more. NCSL staff track more than 1,400 topics to answer information requests and provide testimony before legislative committees. Every year, we pause to celebrate the good work of legislative staff, like you, who work behind the scenes to support state legislatures. Join us for a conversation with Anne Sappenfield, NCSL Staff Chair and director of the Wisconsin Legislative... In this issue of Capitol to Capitol Register for NCSL Policy Week, NCSL Comments on School Meals Community Eligibility Provision, and more.This is Legislative Staff Week 2023 at NCSL, and we sat down with two staffers--one a long-time staffer and the other earlier in her career-to talk about why people come to work in the legislature and why they stay.Tennessee uses a "common sense approach" to identify challenges in workforce development and provide key policy options to ensure a pipeline of well-prepared workers.NCSL has appointed the 2023 legislative staff nominating committee and is seeking nominations for legislative staff to serve on the Executive Committee for conference year 2023-2024. A U.S. Supreme Court ruling in a case involving a deaf student means many school districts and state boards of education may now face both administrative proceedings and civil suits over inadequate resources for disabled students.

Keywords: National Conference of State Legislatures, Olympia , Investigative Audit Team Leader, Accounting, Auditing , Olympia, Washington

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