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Organization supports public policy, women legislators (access required)

State Sen. Meg Burton Cahill attributes her involvement in Women in Government, a national women’s leadership organization, to feedback from her constituents.A national bipartisan organization for women legislators that influences public policy at the state level really hits close to home for Sen. Meg Burton Cahill.The organization, Women in Government (WIG), headquartered in Washington, D.C., ...

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