LP: Plain Language Guide to 2019 Legislative Agendas

From Longleaf Politics‘ Andrew Dunn:

As the General Assembly gears up for the 2019 long session, state advocacy groups are gearing up, too. It’s legislative agenda season, and groups across the state are publishing their priorities for the upcoming year.

Longleaf Politics set out to collect as many as we could find to help you understand what the state’s most powerful lobbyists are pushing for in 2019. This can help you understand why some bills get pushed forward and some bills don’t.

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We’ve included actual legislative asks, not general principles or things these groups simply want maintained — except in some cases where major groups are opposed to each other.

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