Published Online: May 29, 2012
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Single Issue Advocacy Groups

As single-issue advocacy groups gain traction in education lobbying, questions arise about who they are, where they get their money from and what issues they represent. Related Story: Relationship Between Advocacy Groups, Unions Uneasy

Vol. 31, Issue 32
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