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Legislative Day!--Brian Traxler


Dear Members of the Non-Public School Community--- If you plan to be in Washington on December 1 to get ready for the NCSS Conference, I strongly encourage you to get involved with the Legislative Day happenings. Specific details can be found on the NCSS website, or you can contact Kristen Pekarek at Kristen@ncss.org. I hope to see you in Washington in early December! Sincerely, Brian
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Legislative Day Endeavors...Take I--Brian Traxler


Hi Everyone-- I have begun the process of contacting my representatives in Washington, and also Senators Harkin and Enzi about the possibility of meeting with them while in Washington for Legislative Day. My key breakthrough of the day was the ability to schedule a meeting with Representative John Kline's Educational assistant on December 1.
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