NYLA Legislative Committee
The Legislative Committee serves to represent each of NYLA’s constituent groups for the research, monitoring and support or opposition to legislative (including laws, rulings, ordinances, or legal decisions) and funding issues that impact New York’s library community, at the local, state and national level.
The chair is appointed by the NYLA President-Elect for a one year term, with start and end dates coinciding with the Annual Conference. Each year, the NYLA President-Elect also appoints two at-large members who serve for a three year term, with start and end dates coinciding with the Annual Conference, for a total of six at-large members. Each Section shall appoint a representative to serve on the committee for a renewable one-year term, with start and end dates coinciding with the Annual Conference.
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