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The following documents contain a summary of items that have been discussed on the
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Advertising on Websites (posted 7/2014)
Unopposed Exhibit Times (posted 7/20/2014)
Lobbyists (posted 7/2014)
ABA Programs (posted 5/2014)
Digital Publications (posted 5/2014)
Fund Raising (posted 5/2014)
SLPS in Schools-Credentialing and Licensure (posted 5/2014)
Small Associations using Management Firms (posted 5/2014)
Workload vs. Caseload (posted 5/2014)
Board Issues (update 9/2009)
Business Office Issues (update 9/2009)
Clinical Issues (update 7/2007)
Convention Issues (update 5/2011 )
Licensure-Credentialing-Legislation (updated 6/2010)
Marketing Issues (update 9/2009)
Membership Benefits (updated 6/2012)
Membership Issues (updated 6/2010)
Private Practice Issues (update 7/2007)
Technology Issues (updated 5/2011)

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American Speech Language Hearing Association
Audiology Foundation of America
Cerebral Palsy Guide
National Aphasia Association
Hearing Loss Association of America
Praxis Prep Information

Governmental Links

Find out what's going on in Washington, D.C. that might affect you and your state association's members' jobs! Learn what's going on in Congress and write to your legislators. http://www.congress.org/

Find out the latest hot issues that you should be paying attention to in our profession. http://www.asha.org/about/legislation-advocacy/state/

Check out what's going in your state capitol and perhaps in a few others too. State governments watch each other and what our colleagues are doing in one part of the country can often influence actions closer to home. Political action is only a few mouse clicks away from each of us. http://www.asha.org/about/legislation-advocacy/state/

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