NLC was established in 1924 as the American Municipal Association by 10 state municipal leagues.
What does AMA stand for?
AMA stands for American Municipal Association
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- American Maritime Association
- American Marketing Association
- American Media Association
- American Medical Aesthetics (Irvine, CA)
- American Medical Association
- American Ministerial Association
- American Missionary Association
- American Modeling Association (fashion models)
- American Motorcyclist Association
- American Mule Association
- American Museums Association
- American Music Abroad
- American Music Awards
- American Muslim Alliance
- American Muslim Association
- Amigos de los Animales (Spanish: Friends of Animals; various locations)
- Amis de la Musique et des Arts (French: Friends of Music and Arts)
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- Aniban Ng Mga Manggagawa Sa Agrikultura (Filipino: Alliance of Workers in Agriculture)
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In 1964, the organization changed its name from the American Municipal Association to the National League of Cities.
As president of the Colorado Municipal League, he was elected president of the American Municipal Association (the predecessor organization of NLC) in 1950.
At that meeting the foundation was laid for the American Municipal Association (AMA).
NLC was founded as the American Municipal Association in nearby Lawrence, Kansas, in December 1924 -- at what is now considered the first annual Congress of Cities.
In addition to the special general session, the Congress of Cities will feature a special showcase on NLC's history which will include memorabilia from state municipal leagues which founded NLC as the American Municipal Association in 1924.
Thus began the American Municipal Association (AMA), with Stutz sensing as its unpaid executive secretary and Morns B.
Thus began the American Municipal Association, with Stutz serving as its executive secretary and Morris B.