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Announcing the ALA 2018 MidWinter Washington Office lineup

If you are interested in enhancing your library‚Äôs technology* program or in telling your library story to impact federal policies and funding, the Washington Office has a terrific lineup for you at the ALA 2018 MidWinter Meeting and Exhibits. Featured speakers come from StoryCorps, Google, the National Center for Women…

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Registration opens for National Library Legislative Day 2018

Ready to take your advocacy skills to the next level? Join us for the 44th annual National Library Legislative Day. Held in Washington, D.C. on May 7-8, 2018, this two-day educational event is designed to provide attendees with the opportunity to learn from advocacy and issue experts. On day one,…

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Rep. Pallone talks net neutrality at N.J. library

Guest post by Tonya Garcia, director of Long Branch (New Jersey) Public Library The Long Branch Public Library recently hosted a meeting with their representative, Congressman Frank Pallone (D-NJ6), to discuss net neutrality and its importance to libraries. As the most senior minority representative on the House Energy and Commerce…

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Washington Office at Annual 2017: “catalyzing” change in communities and Congress

ALA’s Office of Government Relations (OGR) in Washington is pleased to present at ALA’s upcoming Annual Conference in Chicago two important, but very different, perspectives on how libraries and librarians can succeed in producing positive change. Both sessions will take place in the Conference Center on the morning of Saturday,…

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