Update on the CASE Act: How We Ended 2018 and Next Steps
Although The CASE Act expired in December with no bill signed into law, our advocacy efforts on behalf of the bill weren’t in vain. We got the attention of lawmakers, and expect the Act to be reintroduced this year
NEA Granted a Reprieve; Arts Advocates Gear Up for the Longer Fight
Arts advocates were appalled when the budget proposed by the Trump transition team called for eliminating the National Endowment for the Arts, along with steep cuts to other cultural and social programs.
First Policy Proposal from Judiciary Committee Hearings Released
The Graphic Artists Guild welcomes the first policy proposal resulting from the Judicary Committee’s review of U.S. copyright law, released by House Judiciary Committee Chair Bob Goodlatte and Ranking Member John Conyers.
Guild Member Ed Shems Testifies on Copyrights and First Sale
Guild member Ed Shems spoke on the impact proposed changes to copyright law regarding the first sale doctrine could have on artists at a hearing in front of House Judiciary Committee members on June 2.