House Session April 7th: Contact Your Representatives TODAY!

The House will gather for their next session on Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday April 7, 8, & 9 2021. There are several important bills we have been following that will come to the House for a vote.

We gathered them all here for your information are are telling you well in advance so you can contact your representatives!

PLEASE take the time to contact your representatives on the bills in this email. 

LIFE BILLS

HB 430 Repealing the prohibition on entering or remaining on a public way or sidewalk adjacent to a reproductive health care facility aka Buffer Zone Bill. Read our analysis here
Committee Vote: Inexpedient to Legislate 

WHAT YOU CAN DO: Please call or email your representatives and ask them to vote against the committee recommendation of ITL and vote OTP on HB 430


HB 434 Prohibiting the use of public funds for abortions. Read our analysis here.

Committee Vote: Inexpedient to Legislate 

WHAT YOU CAN DO: Please call or email your representatives and ask them to vote against the committee recommendation of ITL and vote OTP on HB 430

RELIGIOUS LIBERTY BILLS 

HB 440-A The Civil Liberty Defense Act. Read our analysis here.

Committee Vote: Ought to Pass with Amendment 

WHAT YOU CAN DO: Please call or email your representatives and ask them to support committee recommendation and vote OTP-A on HB 440

HB 542-A The Religious Liberty Act. Read our analysis here.

Committee Vote: Ought to Pass with Amendment 

WHAT YOU CAN DO: Please call or email your representatives and ask them to support committee recommendation and vote OTP-A on HB 542.

GENDER IDENTITY BILLS

HB 295 Relative to initiating amendments and corrections to birth records. Read our analysis here.

Committee Vote: Ought to Pass with Amendment 

WHAT YOU CAN DO: Please call or email your representatives and ask them to vote against the committee recommendation of OTP-A and vote ITL on HB 295.

Tips for Emailing Your House Representative

– Please only one BILL per EMAIL
– Write the bill number in the subject line of your email 
– Last name AND the town you reside in at the bottom of your email
–  Finally, remember to be charitable! Representatives are more likely to listen to reasoned arguments.