State & Federal Advocacy 101. St. Stephen’s Human Rights Program Cathy Heying. Lawyers Teachers Nurses Nonprofit Manager Business Owners Social Workers Psychologists Chiropractor Community Organizers Chief of Police Insurance Agents Economists Consultants Farmers CEOs
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St. Stephen’s Human Rights Program
Rep. Rena Moran (DFL)
Rep. Jim Abeler (R)
Sen. Amy Koch (R)
Sen. Gen Olson (R)
Sen. Jeff Hayden (DFL)
Sen. Scott Dibble (DFL)
State (St. Paul)
Federal Level Advocacy is a bit more challenging. Because Government is so big at that level, things move much slower and it can be harder to see the results of our efforts.
Always call or write a personal letter rather than email at this level.
Stay connected with national advocacy groups to help you wade through the bureaucracy!