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    Assembly Bill 5: What Now?

    California’s Assembly Bill 5 (AB 5) has been in effect for a little more than 30 days, but already freelance translators and interpreters are struggling to stay in business. Get involved in standing up for our profession! Start with this how-to advocacy handout, a step-by-step action plan showing you how to present your case to your state lawmakers. The document includes how to find your representatives and sample talking points to use in letters or conversations with legislators.

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    Background Report on the FTC Investigation of ATA

    The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) investigation of ATA regarding antitrust violations took place more than 25 years ago. The purpose of this report is to provide background information on the actual events and findings based on documentary evidence.

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    Free January Webinar for ATA Members: "The Ins and Outs of Game Localization"

    Attention ATA members! Every month ATA offers you a free webinar. Take advantage of January's free ATA webinar until January 31. This is how your membership works for you!

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    ATA61: Call for Presentation Proposals

    ATA is now accepting presentation proposals for the 61st Annual Conference in Boston, Massachusetts, October 21-24, 2020. The submission deadline is March 2, so don't miss this opportunity to share your knowledge with other colleagues!

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    ATA Statement on AB 5 and Mandatory Employee Classification

    ATA has issued a revised statement on California AB 5 and new statements on mandatory employee classification legislation in general. Get involved in standing up for our profession!

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    Language Advocacy Day 2020

    Organized by the Joint National Committee for Languages, Language Advocacy Day is part "lobby-day" and part full-day policy forum that brings together national representatives of the Language Enterprise concerned about the state of language learning in this county.

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