Legislative Steering Committee

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The '''Office of Government Relations''' lobbies full time in Olympia during the legislative session, Winter Quarter and some of Spring Quarter during the long session. This office coordinates voting registration efforts, promotes voter education, and plans the annual lobby day in Olympia. Although our primary focus is on the State Legislature and State Agencies, we also advocate on relevant public policy issues to the U.S. Congress and to various county and city governments.
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The '''Legislative Steering Committee''' is the committee that determines the ASUW [[Legislative Agenda]] for each year. It is a delineated committee under the [[ASUW Constitution]].
 
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The members of the office are the [[OGR Director]], the [[OGR Assistant Director]], the [[OGR Legislative Coordinator]], and the [[OGR Research Assistant]].
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==Composition==
 
==Composition==
 
'''Voting Members'''
 
'''Voting Members'''
* ASUW President
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* [[ASUW President]]
* ASUW Director of FAA
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* ASUW [[Director of Faculty, Administration and Academic Affairs]]
* ASUW Director of Operations
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* ASUW [[Director of Operations]]
* ASUW Director of Community Relations
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* ASUW [[Director of Community Relations]]
* ASUW Student Senate Vice-Chair
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* ASUW [[Student Senate Vice-Chair]]
 
* 2 ASUW Student Senate Representatives (Elected at-large by Student Senate)
 
* 2 ASUW Student Senate Representatives (Elected at-large by Student Senate)
 
* 4 at-large Student Representatives (Appointed via Open Selection Process)
 
* 4 at-large Student Representatives (Appointed via Open Selection Process)

Revision as of 18:07, 29 September 2006

The Legislative Steering Committee is the committee that determines the ASUW Legislative Agenda for each year. It is a delineated committee under the ASUW Constitution.

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