Registration for National Library Legislative Day 2017 is open! To find information about the event, to register, or to book a room in the hotel block, please visit ala.org/nlld.
As with previous years, National Library Legislative Day 2017 will be held at the Liaison Hotel in Washington, DC. Briefing day will take place on May 1st, and includes informational sessions about each of the most important legislation issues libraries are facing, as well as advocacy training with experts from the Campaign Workshop. On May 2nd, each state delegation will go to their meetings on the Hill with their elected officials.
Featured issues include:
- Library funding
- Privacy and surveillance reform
- Copyright modernization
- Access to government information
- Affordable broadband access
- Net neutrality protection
Registration this year is $50 and includes entry into a reception held on Capitol Hill, along with a folder full of briefing materials, talking points, and other resources.
To learn more about the event, check out our blog post on District Dispatch.
As always, please feel free to reach out to Lisa Lindle at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions!