State Legislative Resources

Often, it is state legislation that most affects voters' day-to-day lives. From a public policy perspective, it is critically important to understand who, when and where these decisions are being made.

The links below are helpful for determining who your local legislators are, when they are in session and where you can contact them.

You can find the schedule for state legislative business here.

You can find your local state legislator and their contact information here.

For more information on state legislatures please contact Garrett McGuire, Manager of State Government Relations at (703) 600 0312 or gmcguire@ahrinet.org.

 

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State legislatures are often where legislation that most effects an individual’s day to day life is implemented. From a public policy perspective, it is critically important to understand who, when and where these decisions are being made.

The links below are helpful for determining who your local legislators are, when they are in session and where you can contact them.

You can find a list of dates each state conducts their legislative business here.

You can find your local state legislator and their contact information here.

For more information on state legislatures please contact Garrett McGuire, Manager of State Government Relations at (703) 600-0312 or gmcguire@ahrinet.org.


 

 

 

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