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Welcome to CSG

The CSG Healthy States National Task Force met again at the 2021 CSG National Conference to Discuss the opportunities and policy practices that can collectively improve state health across the focus areas — fiscal, health, economic and workforce, and civic policy infrastructures. 
Recognizing the desire of policymakers to learn and share best practices, CSG conducted an extensive 50-state scan of the allocation of the American Rescue Plan Act funds, focused on The Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Fund. The new State ARPA Utilization Database includes information on categories of spending, legislative authority, summary of fund allocation and more. 
Apprenticeships combine on-the-job training with a steady paycheck, making them an ideal solution for many Americans, including people with disabilities. CAPE-Youth is dedicated to expanding diversity and inclusion in apprenticeship and helps provide states with personalized technical assistance to direct policymakers to existing resources. 

CSG Regional Offices

Regional by design, CSG is a national community with six offices across the U.S. The headquarters office is in Lexington, Ky., and the federal affairs office is located in Washington, D.C. Regional offices are located in Atlanta, Chicago, New York City and Sacramento. All CSG members have the opportunity to participate on two levels—regional and national.

CSG remains committed to monitoring COVID-19 and providing up-to-date resources including executive orders, vaccine information and data and prediction models to its members. Visit the CSG COVID-19 Resources for State Leaders website to learn more.

Kansas state Rep. Mari-Lynn Poskin is focused on election transparency, incentivizing Kansas employers to adopt emergency savings accounts, eliminating the food sales tax in her state and working to get a child care benefit implemented for the Kansas National Guard. Learn more about Poskin, who is in her first term in the Kansas legislature.

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Here you can find a library of executive orders filed by all 50 states and territories. Find interactive maps, tables and other infographics to make sure that you are as informed as you can be concerning the ongoing global pandemic.