Recent Examples of advocacy from the Web
The release noted that Ocean Conservancy, a nonprofit environmental advocacy group, estimates that eight million metric tons of plastics enter the ocean each year, in addition to the estimated 150 million metric tons across the word.
Much of that work has been spurred by the Oral Contraceptives Over-the-Counter Working Group, a coalition of clinicians, advocacy groups, and health organizations formed in 2004 and supported by a slew of medical groups.
That review will solicit concerns and suggestions from the public, park advocacy groups, and other stakeholders.
Journalism advocacy groups have accused the government of overstepping the First Amendment in its targeting of journalists in leak investigations, a campaign that began during the Obama administration.
Immigrant family advocacy groups like Make the Road New York have called for an investigation.
The Alliance for Justice, a liberal judicial advocacy group, earlier this year highlighted excerpts from the college writings, calling Bounds unfit for a lifetime judge's position.
According to the MLD Foundation, a nonprofit advocacy group, there are 3,630 people in the U.S. with MLD, and 114 are born every year with it.
The animal advocacy group is seeking anyone with information about what happened.
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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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