UI Extension LGE Webinar: Federal Legislative Update
This article was originally published on January 7, 2019 and expired on January 24, 2019. It is provided here for archival purposes and may contain dated information.
URBANA, Ill. - University of Illinois Extension’s Community and Economic Development team will host a free webinar, entitled Federal Legislative Update at Noon CST on Thursday, January 24. Jack Peterson, Associate Legislative Director of Finance, Pensions and Intergovernmental Affairs, National Association of Counties, will discuss recent and potential future changes in legislation at federal levels that will have a direct impact on Illinois local governments. With a Q&A session following each presentation, participating officials will have opportunities to discuss impact and intent to develop a better understanding of mandated expectations.
Jack Peterson staffs NACo’s Finance, Pensions and Intergovernmental Affairs Policy Steering Committee. Previously, he staffed both NACo’s Human Services and Education Policy Steering Committee and NACo’s Veterans and Military Services Committee. He also served as a Legislative Assistant at NACo and supported NACo’s association management services for the National Association of County Veterans Service Officers and the National Association of Pretrial Services Agencies.
Prior to joining NACo, Jack was a government relations associate for Urban Swirski & Associates and worked in multiple offices on Capitol Hill. Jack holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Davidson College, just north of Charlotte, N.C.
Source: Nancy Ouedraogo, Extension Specialist, Community Economic Development, firstname.lastname@example.org
Pull date: January 24, 2019
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