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  • DC City Council -- www.dccouncil.washington.dc.us -- The Official Web site of the Council of the District of Columbia. Our Web site is another way to keep you informed of Council actions and public meetings, invite your participation, and solicit your views.  You can see our weekly schedule, read proposed legislation, and e-mail your comments directly to Members.
  •  DC Watch -- www.dcwatch.com -- DCWatch is an on-line magazine that covers local city politics and public affairs in Washington, D.C. In addition to articles and columns about political issues and politicians, DCWatch features resources for civic activists and background material on legislation and current events in the District of Columbia.
  • DC Vote -- www.dcvote.org -- DC Vote was formed to develop and coordinate solution-oriented proposals that aim to achieve full democratic equality for residents of the District of Columbia. Under DC Vote’s umbrella, creative proposals are incubated and vetted to determine possibilities for consensus and advancement into the policy arena. DC Vote welcomes citizens, advocates, thought leaders, scholars and policy-makers seeking to advance our cause.
  • DC Docs -- http://dc.gov/registration/dcdocs.asp --  You can subscribe to DC government email newsletters by clicking on the link above. You will then be able to choose the newsletters you’d like to receive. There is no cost for this service, and your email address will be used only to deliver the information you request.
  • NASW Advocacy Page -- www.socialworkers.org/advocacy/default.asp -- NASW's Government Relations staff is fighting hard to make the voice of professional social workers heard on Capitol Hill. Learn how you can take action on the federal issues important to social workers.
  • DC Appleseed Center -- www.dcappleseed.org -- DC Appleseed solves problems affecting the daily lives of those who live and work in the District of Columbia area -- from health care to voting representation to education reform to environmental concerns to jobs and housing.  They work with volunteer attorneys, business leaders and community experts to identify the issues, conduct research and analysis, make specific recommendations for reform and advocate effective solutions.  Their experienced staff organizes project teams and leverages thousands of hours of pro bono time.

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