ASAE hosted its fourth Chicago luncheon, bringing Windy City association professionals up to speed on the latest Power of A campaign progress, as well as celebrate Chicagoland’s past Power of A Award winning associations. Association professionals who attended the event learned how to incorporate the Power of A materials into their work in order to… Read more »

More than 150 association professionals from around the country visited Capitol Hill last week for American Associations Day on March 28 and 29. Participants representing 23 states gathered to discuss key association issues and personally sit down with members of Congress and their staffs. Our colleagues shared with policymakers statistics and personal stories that exemplify… Read more »

ASAE will host a program April 1 from 3-5 p.m. to examine how association government relations professionals plan and execute a successful legislative fly-in to take their organizations’ advocacy messages directly to elected officials. The program, supported by ASAE’s Power of A program and the Government Relations Section Council, is part of ASAE’s Government Relations… Read more »

A year after essentially punting on the issue, the Supreme Court this week considered whether new limits on partisan gerrymandering are warranted. The process of how congressional district maps are drawn and altered has taken on increasing importance in recent years. The Supreme Court has never struck down a voting district as an unconstitutional partisan… Read more »

ASAE joined business and tourism leaders in Austin this week in opposing Senate Bill 17, a pending bill in the Texas Legislature that would weaken LGBTQ rights in the state. The bill, which would allow state-licensed professionals to deny services based on a “sincerely held religious belief,” advanced out of the Senate State Affairs Committee… Read more »