Recent Examples of advocacy from the Web
Other left-wing advocacy groups, such as Swing Left and Indivisible, are helping to recruit volunteers and generate grass-roots support in competitive districts.
Those Koch advocacy groups, Americans for Prosperity and Concerned Veterans for America, have trained their advertising fire on five Democratic senators up for re-election from red and purple states: Sens.
Emily’s List, a Democratic-leaning advocacy group that supports women in politics, has plunged into the crowded primary for Kansas’s 3rd Congressional District.
Protect the Harvest, like other ranching advocacy groups, pressedpublic officials for the Hammonds’ release.
Classified as advocacy groups, they are not required to identify their donors or disclose much of their spending.
The controversial bill, which has been criticized by the LGBTQ community and advocacy groups, focuses on the rights a parent has, as the bill says, in knowing whether or not their child is experiencing gender dysphoria.
Some of Berrada's tactics are raising red flags with advocacy groups and attorneys who work with low-income renters.
Upcoming political events in the Bay Area.. THURSDAY U.S. aid to Egypt: Amr Kotb, advocacy director at the Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy, discusses the politics of U.S. aid to Egypt at a World Affairs Council event. $20, $7 for students.
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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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