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AANR Goes To Washington … and Media Follows

Last week, we reported that a group of AANR volunteers from across North America was headed for Washington, D.C.  What the AANR contingent didn’t count on was the blitz of publicity surrounding their trip. The group’s intention was to educate lawmakers about issues pertaining to nude recreation, specifically about a “well-intentioned” pending bill that could inadvertently affect nudist websites and businesses. AANR is in good company: the Center for Responsive Politics notes that “Google, Facebook and Microsoft have all filed lobbying reports during the last year that listed Internet or ‘cyber’ security as targeted issues.”

Also on the agenda: plans to meet with the executive branch of officials to discuss ways to “enhance opportunities for nude recreation on public lands,” according to AANR Executive Director Erich Schuttauf.

An initial article was published in The Hill, the congressional newspaper that is published daily when Congress is in session. Stories subsequently appeared online in The Huffington Post, USA Today, First Coast News and NBC Washington, drawing attention to the issues that brought the AANR volunteers to the nation’s capitol in the first place.

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3 Responses to AANR Goes To Washington … and Media Follows

  1. W Merritt says:

    We have come to appreciate nudism as a rather wholesome appreciation of the human body in its basic unadorned beuty – fat, skinny, old, young, man, woman. It is a neat experience.

  2. GREGKE TO HELP.ORY ALEXANDER says:

    I LIVE IN WASHINGTON, DC. I AM UNEMPLOYED, HAVE NOTHING TO DO ALL DAY AND WOULD LIKE TO HELP.

  3. Shirley Gauthier says:

    WOW-another great example of my AANR dues working for me. Thanks to this generous group of AANR volunteers for adding so much value to my membership.

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