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Forum Town Hall: Responding to Change—Advocating for Preservation under the New Administration

Last week Preservation Leadership Forum hosted our first ever Forum Town Hall: "Responding to Change: Advocating for Preservation Under the New Administration." The town hall featured remarks from policy experts followed by a Q&A and open discussion with audience members. This live event...

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Bill Status

The stage of progress of a bill in the legislative process, i.e. a description of upcoming and already completed actions on a bill. Source: Montgomery, Susan West. A Blueprint for Lobbying . Washington, DC: National Trust for Historic Preservation, 2002. #congress #Advocacy #election ...


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Act

Legislation that has passed both houses of Congress and has been signed by the president or passed over his veto, thus becoming law. Source : Montgomery, Susan West. A Blueprint for Lobbying . Washington, DC: National Trust for Historic Preservation, 2002. #NHPA #election #Lobbying ...


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Working with an Advocacy Coalition

A Chapter from the Advocacy Training Manual Produced by the Center for State and Local Policy #Advocacy #Lobbying #election #appropriations #congress #HistoricPreservationFund

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Communicating with Elected Officials

A Chapter from the Advocacy Training Manual Produced by the Center for State and Local Policy #appropriations #congress #Advocacy #Lobbying #HistoricPreservationFund #election

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Post Election Analysis – What Does It Mean for Historic Preservation?

Photo courtesy of the Architect of the Capitol The political ads have stopped, the campaigning has ended, and we are in the final days of 2012. The election season was a tumultuous affair with some big changes but plenty of business as usual. Here is a quick run-down of the key...

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If You Could Ask One Question...

September has arrived and with it non-stop coverage of the presidential campaign. But, even if you’ve stayed up late to watch the convention speeches, read the party platforms, or visited the campaign web sites, you’d be hard pressed to know where the candidates stand on historic preservation. ...

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