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December Appropriations Deadline May Be Challenge

Despite the efforts of former Speaker John

CWLA Begins Conference, Asks For Virtual Hill Day Action

The CWLA 2015 National Conference starts on

Save the Date: CWLA National Advocacy Summit, April 18-20

Please save the date for the upcoming CWLA National Advocacy Summit, April 18, 19, and

December Appropriations Deadline May Be Challenge

Despite the efforts of former Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) to clean up the legislative agenda

CWLA Begins Conference, Asks For Virtual Hill Day Action

The CWLA 2015 National Conference starts on Sunday, April 26 with over 60 workshops and

Human Services Community Express Support For SSBG

On Friday, March 12, a number of groups spearheaded by the Child Welfare League of

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  • Youth Policy Action Center
    The Youth Policy Action Center (YPAC) is a web-based resource that helps youth and concerned adults be heard in the nation’s capital. The website allows youths and adults to regularly contact elected officials about important programs and initiatives–especially in the critical days before votes are cast on the floor of Congress. YPAC offers visitors the opportunity to take action on a range of issues, policies, and legislation.
  • CWLA Advocacy Tips
    Advocate for children with your elected officials! Use these tips to learn the basics of effective advocacy. Your voice can make a difference!
  • Voter Self-Defense System
    Project Vote Smart, a non-partisan, non-profit voter information organization, provides factual information about candidates and elected officials for president, congress, governor, and state legislature. Use Vote Smart Web to access biographies and voting records of over 13,000 candidates and elected officials, legislation, and other politcal resources. Also call The Voter’s Research Hotlineat 1-888-VOTE-SMART to speak to a researcher about your questions on voting records, campaign finances, performance evaluations, and campaign issue positions.
  • Youth Policy Action Center
    The Youth Policy Action Center (YPAC) is a web-based resource that helps youth and concerned adults be heard in the nation’s capital. The website allows youths and adults to regularly contact elected officials about important programs and initiatives–especially in the critical days before votes are cast on the floor of Congress. YPAC offers visitors the opportunity to take action on a range of issues, policies, and legislation.
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