Advocacy Tools: Letters to Congress


January, 01, 1970 by: Tags: 0 Comments

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Despite delivery at internet speed, NAR lobbyists and policy staff use letters to stake out NAR’s positions on issues debated by Congress and Congressional Committees.

Most letters describe NAR’s position on an issue, but many times the letters will reflect NAR’s position in a coalition of likeminded organizations.

Where do the letters go?

NAR sends letters to individual Members of Congress, Senate and House… Read More
Source: Eye on the Hill / Government Affairs Headlines


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