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April 2020 Washington Letter


This Month's Articles

Federal Government

ABA Day Digital: As Told by Participants

While we were disappointed to miss all of you in Washington DC for this years ABA Day, moving the conference online allowed us to open the ABA’s annual advocacy day to over 15,000 people across the country. While these individuals varied in the ways they advocated, all of them came together to help represent the rule of law in America. Since this was such a unique conference, we wanted to hear how it went, straight from the advocates. Here is what they had to say.


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Contact: Eric Storey, Director of Grassroots and Digital Advocacy, 202-662-1770