Do you have a question about how other states handle an issue or a problem you've encountered? Are you interested in learning about parliamentary procedures in other states? Or maybe you just want to meet with your counterparts in other states. Whatever your reason, come join the ASLCS e-mail discussion group.
How Does it Work?
It's called a "listserv" in e-mail parlance, and here's how it works. First, you subscribe to the ASLCS e-mail list. Then, every e-mail you or any other subscriber sends to the list's address is automatically distributed to all subscribers. So, if you post a question, it will automatically be sent to every subscriber, and each subscriber's response will automatically be sent to every subscriber.
ASLCS List Serv Use Policy Disclaimer
Please be advised that the National Conference of State Legislatures staff sections' List Servs are open to all registered legislative members and staff. The American Society of Legislative Clerks and Secretaries List Serv is available to any registered legislative member or staff and is used primarily for answering parliamentary and legislative issue questions that have been encountered in other states. Please remember that when sending and/or responding to a question on the ASLCS List Serv, any person registered to use the ASLCS List Serv will be able to view your inquiry and/or message.
How Do I Subscribe?
Send an e-mail to: Angela Andrews, NCSL's liaison to ASLCS
Write only the following in the body of the message: SUBSCRIBE
You don't have to write anything in the subject line, but if your e-mail program requires a subject, it won't hurt.
That's all it takes. You will receive a welcome message that provides instructions on how to send e-mail to the list. It's a good idea to save those instructions.
We look forward to meeting you in our e-mail listserv.
Last revised January 2014
For more information about ASLCS, contact: Angela Andrews, NCSL Liaison to ASLCS.