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Rep. McCollum leads field hearing on federal investments in arts & culture

Click here to read her statement.

Thank your legislators for state arts funding!

Your legislators need to know that their constituents support the arts. In the 2017 legislative session, legislators supported level Legacy arts funding. Please take five minutes to thank them for supporting the arts.

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