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SLLF Intro
OUR MISSION
To educate and inspire our nation’s current and future state legislative leaders to excellence, without regard for party, politics, or ideology.
SLLF Intro
OUR MISSION
To educate and inspire our nation’s current and future state legislative leaders to excellence, without regard for party, politics, or ideology.

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Artificial Intelligence: The Buzz, The Myths, and The Reality.

SLLF and a team of global experts are here to unravel the hype and unveil the truth. Delve into what AI truly is, its capabilities, and debunk common misconceptions. From privacy to ethics, from misinformation to regulation, we’ll navigate the crucial policy challenges ahead. Don’t miss out on this exclusive opportunity to join leaders from around the country as we strategize and implement solutions for the AI era.

Strategize, Innovate, and Gather in Historic Charleston

Step into the historic charm of Charleston, South Carolina, for a dynamic and unique gathering of state majority leaders. This conference offers rich interactive sessions for sharing, strategizing, and innovating with peers from across the country. Dive into discussions on safeguarding the legislative institutions that you lead and countering the ever powerful executive branch, while also mastering the art of impactful legislation that balances the good of the state with the will of the caucus.

Registration is by invitation only.

2024 Events

Why get involved with SLLF? Listen to our Board members!

News Room

Life After the Legislature

By Thom Little, Ph.D. It is hard to believe, but it has been a decade since SLLF began its series of programs at Presidential Libraries. The initial program, Lessons from the White House to the Statehouse was held at the William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum and [...]

April 11th, 2024|

A Woman’s Place is in the House (and in the Senate)

By Thom Little, Ph.D. In honor of Women’s History Month, I wanted to recognize and honor the women trailblazers, past and present, in America’s state legislatures. While women were granted the right to vote nationally in 1920, they began serving in America’s state legislatures more than two decades [...]

March 7th, 2024|

Testimonials

Jan Jones

“I am a better legislator and a better person as a result of my involvement with SLLF.”

Jan Jones, House Speaker Pro Tempore, Georgia

“SLLF programs always make me think about and sincerely try to improve my own leadership skills and always exceed my expectations. My hope is that every legislator has the privilege of attending an SLLF summit!”

Steve Yeager, Speaker of the Assembly, Nevada
Roger Hanshaw

“SLLF programs are unique because of their leadership focus. Every conference talks policy but SLLF programs are tailored to what we as leaders face on a daily basis.”

Roger Hanshaw, Speaker of the House, West Virginia

“Attending an SLLF conference is always a learning experience. I always take something back home with me.”

Kimberly Lightford, Senate Majority Leader, Illinois
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