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Chapter 13. PRIVACY AND THE LAW: 2001 > Do I Need to Go to the Capitol Myself?

Do I Need to Go to the Capitol Myself?

Advocating on behalf of your point of view is not difficult, but it does usually require that you be in Washington, D.C. or your state capitol. You can write to your legislative representatives, send them e-mail, or send them faxes, but there's nothing quite like a personal visit to illustrate that you are concerned.

If it isn't easy for you to get to Washington, D.C., or it is difficult to figure out when a visit would be the most effective in terms of the bill's life cycle, you can find help that is already there. That's what advocacy groups or individual lobbyists do.


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