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AIA California 2020 Advocacy Survey

One of the primary functions of AIA California is to represent AIA Members before the California State Legislature, which writes and votes on laws that impact the architectural profession, firms, employees, our communities, and the built and natural environments in California.


AIA CA often proactively proposes changes to state law to benefit the profession and business of architecture and public health, safety, and welfare.


In order to successfully propose positive changes to state law, AIA CA annually surveys its Membership for suggested changes to state law.


This is the survey to help us create our governmental advocacy agenda for next year.  The results will be reviewed by your colleagues who comprise the AIA CA Advocacy Advisory Committee.  That Committee will make recommendations to your colleagues who are the AIA CA Board of Directors.


Please complete the survey by Monday, September 30, 2019.


Thank you for taking the time to complete this simple survey.  Your participation makes it possible for AIA CA to advance an advocacy agenda that benefits architects and our communities.

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* 1. The main focus of AIA CA advocacy efforts should include these priorities:


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* 2. Was there a priority area important to you that was not listed?  What priority area would you include?

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* 3. Do you have a specific idea on legislation that AIA CA should pursue in 2020?

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* 4. 4.       Are these advocacy tools important to you?

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* 5. How can AIA CA support you and your local chapter with grassroots advocacy? If AIA CA and its advocacy program could do more for you, what would that be?

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* 6. May AIA CA staff contact you if there are questions regarding your response to this survey?  If yes, please provide your preferred contact information.

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* 7. At the heart of government advocacy is the ability of AIA CA to give you the tools you need to make the impact you desire.  We appreciate your participation in the AIA CA Advocacy survey and are committed to sharing the results of this survey with you.  Please feel free to leave any additional comments.  Thank you.

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