From the monthly archives:

July 2011

Senator Obey: Are you Ready to Organize and Fight Back?

 The second day of Hill Day began with Congressman David Obey’s inspiring talk to the State Delegations at the Opening Breakfast and Send Off, providing [...]

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Shop Talk from Jim VandeHei and others at Hill Day 2011

Hill Day 2011 is well underway and we’re already reliving our favorite moments.  With much more to come, below are a few of them captured [...]

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Hill Day Survival Guide VII: Social Media Tips

You’ll have a lot to remember when you’re at Hill Day from wise words to happy memories and we can help capture all of that [...]

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Survival Guide VI: The Best DC Tourist Attractions

Whether you’re a regular visitor to DC, or if  Hill Day 2011 is the first time you’ll be in the nation’s capitol, or you’ve lived [...]

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Top 5 Best Kept Secrets of Hill Day 2010

Are you new to Hill Day? Or are you a 6-time attendee? Either way, we bet you didn’t know these top 5 best-kept secrets about [...]

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Study Finds Medicaid Improves Health, Decreases Financial Strain for Beneficiaries

A study released this week by the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), and Providence [...]

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Hill Day Survival Guide V: Evening Entertainment!

Between briefings, meetings with your representatives, connecting with National Council members, and enjoying delicious food around DC it seems there’s hardly a moment for anything [...]

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Hill Day Survivor’s Guide Part IV: Susan and Bryan’s Foodie Tour

You’re coming to Hill Day 2011. That’s been decided. But where should you go for a bite to eat at lunch? Or what about a [...]

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Size Matters at Hill Day 2011, by Bill Kyles

We are lucky enough to be joined today by Bill Kyles, President and CEO of Comprehensive Mental Health Services and Board Chair of the National [...]

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