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Advocacy & Policy 

As a leader in the marketing communications industry, it is the duty of the 4A's to not just counsel members and share insights on management and agency operations, but also to work as a dynamic force with government, lobbying groups, and other trade associations.

The Association accomplishes these goals through the dedicated staff of our Washington, DC office, by promoting diversity and inclusion at all levels of agency business, by representing members in negotiations with unions and talent, and by partnering with other trade associations and groups to promote the positive aspects of the industry.

Latest Headlines

Advertising Community Heads to the White House to Talk Big Data and Privacy
Mar. 13, 2014 | AdWeek

White House Pushes Forward on Combatting Patent Trolls: Calls on Congress to finish the job
Feb. 20, 2013 | AdWeek

Major Agency CEOs Come Out Against Ad Tax Deduction Limits:
Letter from 4A's board is a departure for group

Dec. 11, 2013 | AdWeek

Bipartisan Patent Troll Bill Easily Passes House: Senate is next
Dec. 5, 2013 | AdWeek

Don't Let Congress Scale Back the Ad-Expense Deduction
Nov. 21, 2013 | AdAge

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4A's Diversity Programs increase the representation of multicultural professionals in the industry, to better produce advertising that reflects the changing balance of the consumer population.

Government Relations
The 4A’s Washington Office represents the interests of 4A’s members as well as of the advertising industry as a whole.

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