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ADVOCACY LINKS

 

ARIZONA:

ABIL: A variety of opportunities for consumers to have input into the laws, policies and procedures that affect their lives. http://www.abil.org/Programs/advoc1.htm

AHCCCS - Know your rights: http://www.ahcccs.state.az.us/Regulations/

The Arizona Center for Disability Law: Advocates for the legal rights of persons with disabilities http://www.acdl.com

ALIS On-Line: Arizona Legislative Information System. http://www.azleg.state.az.us/

Arizona Secretary of State: Access to all of our public records http://www.sosaz.gov/

Voter Registration in Arizona:request a mail application: http://www.sosaz.com/election/VoterRegistration.htm

Voting in Maricopa County, Arizona: Registration information, voting ballots requests, locations, and more. http://www.iwanttovote.com/index.cfm?source=overture

Arizona State Senate: http://www.arizonasenate.org/pages/home.htm

State of Arizona Boards and Commissions: http://www.governor.state.az.us/bc/default.htm

Arizona Disability Advocacy Coalition (AzDAC): http://www.azdisabilityadvocacy.org

Protecting Arizona's Family Coalition: http://www.pafcoalition.org



NATIONAL:

Congress.org: Your one-stop shop for legislative information. http://www.congress.org/congressorg/home

Independent Sector: A coalition of nonprofits, foundations, and corporations strengthening not-for-profit initiative, philanthropy, and citizen action. http://www.independentsector.org/

Just Vote!! Arizona Disability Vote Coalition www.azdisabilityvote.org

Liberty Resources, a center in Philadelphia: Want to know about major issues/legislation impacting people with disabilities? http://www.libertyresources.org

MetroWest CIL in Framingham, MA: Find out about the 'Drive for 75' and more. http://www.mwcil.org/

The Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS-federal): http://www.ed.gov/offices/OSERS/

Thomas: Legislative Information on the Internet (federal) http://thomas.loc.gov/

U.S. House of Representatives: Information on legislation, House members, committees and links to other government resources. http://www.house.gov/

U.S. House of Representatives: The Legislative Process - Recent House floor actions, status of bills, votes and amendments, and "Tying It All Together," an explanation of how the legislative process works. http://www.house.gov/Legproc.html

United States Senate: Senate activities, history, committees, schedules, legislation, links to the Web sites of individual senators and a virtual tour of the U.S. Capitol. http://www.senate.gov/

Write Your Representative: Provided by Congress to help you identify and contact your elected officials. http://www.house.gov/writerep/

"ADA Basic Building Blocks", an introductory web course on the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) that explores the legal requirements and spirit of the ADA. http://www.adabasics.org