American Legion National Headquarters staff will present virtual training on what is an American Legion resolution, how to write resolutions, and how to search for approved resolutions on the Digital Archive.
This Training Tuesday session will be Oct. 26 at 7 p.m. Eastern. A link to attend the training via Microsoft Teams is available here, and on the Training Tuesday web page at legion.org/training/training-tuesdays.
An American Legion resolution is a description of a problem or situation that is then followed by a suggestion as to how to correct that problem. It might also be a statement or declaration as to the policy of a certain matter in which The American Legion believes. It consists of two parts: the preamble (description of the problem) and the resolving clause (how the local post or even the national organization should solve the problem or support the issue). Learn more at legion.org/resolutions.