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PASLAN is dedicated to transparency and open sharing of resources, however when it comes to developing relationships with legislators, there is nothing better than crowd sourcing your information of each interaction you’ve had with their office. For obvious reasons, these cannot be made fully public.

PASLAN chapter members get access to the PASLAN Legislator Resource Manager (LRM) that allows all chapter members to setup meetings, find phone numbers, record interactions with legislators and their offices allowing all PASLAN chapter members to benefit when preparing for legislative meetings.

PASLAN chapter members also get access to the PASLAN Slack Channel, where you can always reach out to an adviser for help.  Or contact other PASLAN chapter members and coordinate strategy and share resources, saving everyone time!

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