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5 Consejos para abogar – Más que aprobar un proyecto de ley o un presupuesto

Created on: Wednesday, April 6, 2016 - 9:14am

Cuando se aprueba un proyecto de ley, por lo general se escriben las regulaciones que detallan cómo se pondrán en práctica las diferentes partes de la ley.  Usted no tiene que ser un experto en la materia para dar su opinión en esta parte del proceso.  Usted solamente necesita saber dónde encontrar la información y cómo participar

Leye: 5 Consejos para abogar – Más que aprobar un proyecto de ley o un presupuesto

5 Tips for Advocacy - More than Passing a Bill or Budget

Created on: Wednesday, April 6, 2016 - 9:09am

Advocacy doesn't end when you win legislation!

When a bill is passed, usually regulations are written to spell out how the different parts of the law will be put into practice. You don’t have to be an expert to have a say in this part of the process. You just need to know where to find information and how to be involved.

Vote YES on Initiative 1433: Raise Up Washington

Created on: Friday, April 1, 2016 - 10:16am


Better wages and access to paid sick leave stabilize families and help kids grow up healthy and strong. One in five children in our state live in poverty and face long-term barriers to success in school and in life. Family-friendly workplace policies move us closer to ending childhood hunger and poverty. When crafted well, such policies are also a step toward racial equity, as people of color disproportionately hold low-wage jobs without paid leave benefits.

Dental Therapists: Good for Oral Health, Good for Washington

Created on: Wednesday, January 20, 2016 - 8:13am

Dental therapists will provide care to rural, low-income, and Tribal communities; communities of color; and patients who are publicly insured or uninsured.   Currently, these communities and patients are not being adequately served by dentists—if at all. Read more.

Fact Sheet: Dental Therapists are Right for Washington

Created on: Wednesday, January 20, 2016 - 12:34am

Answers to five commonly asked questions about dental therapists—with a summary of findings on the work of dental therapists in Minnesota. Read the full paper.