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Rep. Park Cannon is Selected for Fellowship with Future Now

Out State Representative Park Cannon has been selected for a yearlong fellowship with Future Now, an advocacy organization that focuses on empowering state legislators to help create a more representative democracy.

Leaders selected to the fellowship participate with peers convening on the national and regional levels, as well as mentorship from Future Now staff and its partner organizations. Each part of the program is designed to help state legislators hone their skills and rise to the

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Out State Representative Park Cannon has been selected for a yearlong fellowship with Future Now, an advocacy organization that focuses on empowering state legislators to help create a more representative democracy.
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