Archive | September 2013

Now Accepting Legislative Proposals!

MLAW is currently seeking legislative proposals for bills to comprise the 2014 Legislative Agenda. The bills will be presented and reviewed at our Fall Agenda Conference on October 19, 2013. Organizations (lead groups) and legislators are encouraged to submit their legislation for consideration.

Please download a Legislative Proposal Form for more information. Submissions are due by October 15th and if accepted, presentations of the initiative will take place at the October 19th conference.

Legislative Proposal Form: MLAW Fall Conference 2013 Legislative Proposal Form

Women DO Make a Difference: Finding Your Voice – October 19, 2013

Saturday, October 19, 2013
9:30 am-1:00 pm
Baltimore, MD

The MLAW fall conference will be held on Saturday, October 19, 2013 from 9:30 am to 1:00 pm at the American Federation of Teachers building in Baltimore, MD. This year’s conference will focus on advocates finding and using their voices to make a difference for women. Confirmed conference speakers include: Kristin Jones (Chief of Staff, Office of the Speaker) and Ann Ciekot (Partner, Public Policy Partners). Other conference highlights include the presentation of legislative proposals for the upcoming 2014 legislative session, and the presentation of our Legislative Leadership award. An optional Grassroots Advocacy 101 workshop will be offered from 1:30 to 3:00 pm. Continental breakfast is included with registration.

Sponsorship opportunities are available and encouraged. For more information, call 443-519-1005 or email us at

The American Federation of Teachers Building, located at 5800 Metro Drive, Baltimore MD 21215, provides a convenient setting for our conference with ample free parking and handicapped accessibility.

$30 conference only
$20 student conference rate
$45 conference and advocacy workshop (includes lunch)
*Advanced registration closes 10/11
Add $5 if registering 10/12 or later

MLAW 2013 Fall Conference Flyer
MLAW Fall Conference 2013 Registration Form