Government affairs

Your Government Affairs Strategy: Navigating Policymaking “Groups”

2022-08-18T09:58:06-04:00

Photo credit: iStock.com/Worawee Meepian Whether you are focusing your government affairs strategy and efforts in one capitol or multiple capitols, you probably have heard of the different "groups." You have also likely wondered whether or not it would be worth it to attend their different meetings scheduled throughout the year and utilize them as [...]

Your Government Affairs Strategy: Navigating Policymaking “Groups”2022-08-18T09:58:06-04:00

Pre-Filed Legislation in State Capitols: a 2021 Session Preview

2020-12-09T10:00:03-05:00

Digital Collage by Ryan Stevens; image source by David Mark from Pixabay In 2021, every state legislature in the country will meet, with the vast majority beginning their sessions in January.  While lawmakers might not meet until next month (or later), most states allow lawmakers to prepare pre-filed legislation.  Only 13 state legislative bodies do [...]

Pre-Filed Legislation in State Capitols: a 2021 Session Preview2020-12-09T10:00:03-05:00

How to Advocate in the Age of COVID-19: DMGS Lobbying Tips

2020-07-31T11:24:46-04:00

Digital Illustration by Alana Burman Last year, DMGS looked at “Hill Day Strategies” and provided lobbying tips on how to advocate effectively.  This year, traditional lobbying and advocacy have changed due to the spread of COVID-19.  In the past few months, in-person meetings with lawmakers and their staff members have dwindled, while digital meetings, emails, [...]

How to Advocate in the Age of COVID-19: DMGS Lobbying Tips2020-07-31T11:24:46-04:00
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