SLA Signs onto Letter Regarding Federal Employee Travel

On March 18, 2013, the American Association of Association Executives (ASAE) and 350 signatories, including the Special Libraries Association, sent a letter to every U.S. Senate office expressing opposition to Senate Amendment #67, the Coburn Amendment. The Colburn Amendment would arbitrarily restrict the number of government employees who can attend any meeting or conference to 25.

On March 20, the Continuing Resolution passed the Senate by a 73-26 vote, but did not include Coburn amendment #67 limiting federal employee attendance at meetings.

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