Dan Logsdon explains the fundamentals of how and why interstate compacts are formed.
Dan Logsdon is the Director of the National Center for Interstate Compacts at The Council of State Governments. Previously, Logsdon was Vice Chair of Kentucky’s Public Service Commission. He served as Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear’s deputy chief of staff and as Assistant Kentucky State Treasurer. He has experience in the telecommunications industry having served as vice president for external affairs at Alltel Communications and Windstream Communications. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from Murray State University.
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