Recent Examples of advocacy from the Web
Sure, the Obama-era rules weren’t perfect, Jennifer Wang, of the Institute for College Access and Success, an advocacy group, told me, but there was a lot that borrower advocates liked.
Immigration advocacy groups were critical, saying Brown's support was a boost for Mr. Trump's agenda.
According to the Prison Policy Imitative, an advocacy group, some prisoners working in industry earn as little as five cents an hour.
While advocacy groups are likely to praise many aspects of the House’s spending document, fiscal watchdogs may growl.
Immigration advocacy groups were critical, saying Brown's support was a boost for Trump's agenda.
Founded in 2011, Hope for Three is a nonprofit autism advocacy group.
Immigrant advocacy groups immediately were concerned that the move could be an attempt to undercut the rights of immigrants pursuing the ability to stay in the US.
Popular in Alabama Most American education and child advocacy groups have called for a ban on corporal punishment.
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Origin and Etymology of advocacy
legal Definition of advocacy
- a consequence of his moving advocacy
- —W. O. Douglas
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