1. It shall have broad concern for local, state, and national legislation affecting the
interest of the schools, teachers, teacher assistants, and Association.
2. It shall encourage members to exercise their civic and political rights and keep
them informed about new legislation.
3. It shall be the responsibility of this committee to study candidates who are friends
of education; to study pending legislation and promote activities in the support of desirable legislation; to educate members on the civic rights and responsibilities of teachers and teacher assistants; and, to develop programs that will encourage participation.