The monthly Washington Letter reports news of national public interest to the legal profession, including congressional, executive branch and ABA activities concerning the association’s legislative priorities. The newsletter is published by the Governmental Affairs Office as a service to ABA members and national, state and local bar associations.

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Rhonda J. McMillion, editor; Rhonda.McMillion@americanbar.org

Deanna Falcone, legislative associate; Deanna.Falcone@americanbar.org



ABA Washington Letter

The ABA Washington Letter is a monthly publication produced by the Governmental Affairs Office to report and analyze congressional and executive branch action on legislative issues of interest to the ABA and the legal profession. The newsletter highlights ABA involvement in the federal legislative process and focuses on the association's legislative and governmental priorities and other issues on which the ABA has policy.

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Contact: Rhonda J. McMillion Editor, 202-662-1017


ABA Washington Summary 

The ABA Washington Summary is a daily online publication providing up-to-date information on congressional and executive branch activity with regard to legislative issues of interest to the organized bar. Sources include the Congressional Record and Federal Register. The contents of this publication do not necessarily represent the positions of the American Bar Association.

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