National Federation of the Blind of Nevada
Live The Life You Want
Terri Rupp, President
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The National Federation of the Blind is a powerful voice for advocacy, opportunity, and equality for blind Americans. Each year, we travel to Washington D.C. to meet with our Congressional representatives in order to educate them on issues of critical importance to the blind of the nation. We are also hard at work in our home state ensuring that legislation that benefits blind children and adults is passed.
Join us at the Capitol!
To learn more, please read the legislative issues that are currently being presented to our representatives in Congress.
2019 NFB Washington Seminar Pictures
Tammie Hefty, Stan Mitchell, Regina Mitchell, Terri Rupp, and Mark Tadder waiting Outside Senator Catherine Cortez-Masto’s Office.
Stan Mitchell, Regina Mitchell, Tammie Hefty, Terri Rupp, and Mark Tadder standing outside Longworth House Office Building soon to speak with Senator Catherine Cortez-Masto’s staff.
Stan Mitchell, Regina Mitchell, Tammie Hefty, Terri Rupp, and Mark Tadder standing with Senator Catherine Cortez-Masto outside her office after a successful meeting.
On March 13th, members of the National Federation of the Blind of Nevada will arrive in Carson City to meet with our elected legislators to gain support for the creation of a Blind Parents Protection Law. With Federationists from the Northern and Southern Chapters and at large members participating we will meet directly with our Lawmakers and make sure they understand that Blindness is not a reason to question the ability of a parent to provide a safe, loving and successful home for their children. For more information on the NFB Day at the Nevada Legislature, please contact Dora Uchel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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