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By Briscoe Protective Systems Inc.
WHAT: Suffolk County Legislator John M. Kennedy Jr. (12th District) and Legislator William R. Spencer, M.D.
By Save-A-Pet Animal Rescue and Adoption Center
Bill No. 1047-2014 To Protect Companion Animals Being Sold in Suffolk County Pet Stores Will Be Discussed on April 29
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By The Arc Maryland, Inc.
The state’s largest-not-for profit statewide grassroots advocacy organization dedicated to the rights of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities hosted the annual Calendar Delivery Day to kick off the second day of Maryland General...
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By Council on Black Minnesotans
The state Council on Black Minnesotans will hold both an Open House and a Legislative Development Discussion on Saturday, November 16, 2013 at the 1st National Bank Building in Saint Paul, Minn.
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By YMCA of Metropolitan Denver
More than 150 high school students in YMCA’s Youth in Government to convene for hands-on, mock General Assembly at the state capitol
By VoteForYork Committee
York Kleinhandler announces candidacy for the Rockland County Legislature

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By Kolesar & Leatham
LAS VEGAS (Jan. 7, 2015) – With the Nevada state legislature prepared to convene for its 78th session in less than a month, Kolesar & Leatham, a Las-Vegas based business law firm, announced its full service government affairs affiliate, Kolesar...
By Federalist Society
Judiciary Chairman will preview legislative agenda especially as it relates to tort reform, mortgage reform, construction defect reform, education reform and Obamacare
By Briscoe Protective Systems Inc.
WHAT: Suffolk County Legislator John M. Kennedy Jr. (12th District) and Legislator William R. Spencer, M.D.
By Save-A-Pet Animal Rescue and Adoption Center
Bill No. 1047-2014 To Protect Companion Animals Being Sold in Suffolk County Pet Stores Will Be Discussed on April 29
By Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform
Student organizations in Florida have called on the Legislature to establish an explicit right to vote, a task force on voting to expand and improve voting access, and repeal 2011's House Bill 1355.
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By The Arc Maryland, Inc.
The state’s largest-not-for profit statewide grassroots advocacy organization dedicated to the rights of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities hosted the annual Calendar Delivery Day to kick off the second day of Maryland General...
12241009
By Council on Black Minnesotans
The state Council on Black Minnesotans will hold both an Open House and a Legislative Development Discussion on Saturday, November 16, 2013 at the 1st National Bank Building in Saint Paul, Minn.
12219532
By YMCA of Metropolitan Denver
More than 150 high school students in YMCA’s Youth in Government to convene for hands-on, mock General Assembly at the state capitol
By Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform
Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform (FLIER) believes that the retaliatory nature of Amendment 12 would provide state university students with nothing more than a chilling effect over student representation in the higher education system.
By Reservation Nexus
New York City innkeepers form an alliance to protect their businesses from state legislation. B&Bs throughout the nations, too, are advised to begin lobbying.
By Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform
Multi-member super districts, elected through proportional representation, are a better idea to resolve Florida's redistricting fight.
By Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform
Without big bank accounts for lobbying or campaign contributions, Florida's college and university students are finding out the hard way about how little "representative democracy" they have in the state's two-party plutocracy.
By www.ttara.org
The TTARA Research Foundation has released an update of its award-winning publication, “An Introduction to School Finance in Texas.”
By Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform
Spurred on by Palm Beach State College's Boca Raton campus Student Government Association, a statewide group representing Florida's 1 million state college students proposes the repeal of HB 1355 and improvement of access to voting.
By Ashford Radio
Ashford Radio had the honor of having Renee Ortiz, the Chief Deputy Clerk for Suffolk County Legislature, who plans to run for Islip Town Council this year, as a special featured guest on Friday, November 4th, 2011.
By Swordfish Communications
Columnist Reihan Salam says New Jersey State Senate District 6 candidate offers solutions to homeowners desperate to lighten the burden of underwater mortgages.
By Leah Rush
What maps will the Legislature consider?
By Tracey McNerney
Beloved Pig to be sent to Local Animal Park Thanks to the Efforts of Racheal Smith
By Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform
Despite the presidential elections of 1824, 1876, 1888, and 2000, the risk of the Electoral College rejecting the popular vote is still ever present. FLIER calls on Florida to adopt SB 440, the National Popular Vote bill, to resolve this problem.
By VoteForYork Committee
York Kleinhandler announces candidacy for the Rockland County Legislature
By Three Squares Inc.
Maritime Industry Leaders and California State Legislators explore areas of common interest in looking at industry’s important issues at the 2011 California Maritime Leadership Symposium.
By Rhonda Reddick, Androvett Legal Media & Marketing
Gardere Wynne Sewell’s Government Affairs Group completed a successful 82nd Regular Session of the Texas Legislature, assisting clients in the passage of numerous pieces of key legislation.
By Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform
The Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform (FLIER) says the recent session of the Florida Legislature clearly proves that representative democracy is not one of the Legislature's core values. As a result, Florida remains an "aspiring democracy".
By Sarah Thornton
Parker Stremmel joins Nevada political consulting firm.
By Terry Corbell
If passed, a stalled bill in the Washington State Legislature will alleviate workers compensation rates, according to Seattle management consultant Terry Corbell.
By Global Gold Group
Utah Governor Gary Herbert signed legislation last week making gold coins and silver coins legal tender in the State of Utah.
By Leolinda Parlin
350 Self-Advocates, Family Members and Caregivers will Celebrate their “Abilities” during the “Day at the Capitol” Event
By Global Gold Group
The State of Utah took another step forward last week towards making gold coins and silver coins legal tender as currency within the state’s borders.
By Thrifty Pet Supply
Thrifty Pet Supply is raising awareness of what laws may affect you and your pets. Utah legislator wants to change the state’s animal cruelty law to make it legal to shoot and kill feral animals.Thrifty Pet Supply wants to know where you stand?
By Bob Aronson
98 Arizonans were promised then denied coverage for life saving organ transplants. New Coalition forms to pressure legislature and Governor to restore funding.

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