Carolyn Coleman on Making City Issues Federal Priorities
"Cities are where people live. Cities are places where folks raise their families and go to work every day, so as you think about infrastructure, as you think about public safety, you have to think about the context and the places in which those important functions are taking place."
For the next year, we'll be hearing Presidential candidates talking about a variety of issues. And with more than 80 percent of Americans living in urban areas, it's imperative that the issues cities face, be at the forefront in the 2016 presidential election. What can the next president do to help cities - and our nation - grow and prosper? ?A conversation with Carolyn Coleman, Director of Federal Advocacy for the National League of Cities. Visit National League of Cities on the web
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