Some bills have stalled thanks to your efforts while others continue to moved ahead. Take action with the campaigns below. More will be added as the calendar fills out.
CALL: Call the Governor and tell him signing SB1 and SB3 was a mistake.
MONDAY, MARCH 6
Drag licensing bill and wedding officiant refusal bill
EMAIL: Use this easy form to tell your own member of the TN House of Representatives to vote NO on HB30 and HB878.
SHOW UP: You can show up for House floor sessions. HB30 and HB878 are on the House floor on Monday, March 6 at 5:00 p.m. Central Time. You can be in the gallery if you can find a seat or in the hallway outside the House Chamber. The event takes place in the Capitol, not in the Cordell Building.
CALL: Join inclusion tennessee and other organizations for the weekly phone bank against discriminatory bills at 6:30 p.m. Central Time. Here's a registration for it.
TUESDAY, MARCH 7
Bill requiring TN to apply for federal HIV funding
EMAIL: Use the easy form at the link to tell the House Health Subcommittee to vote YES on HB370.
CALL: Use the scripts and numbers to leave messages for legislators.
SHOW UP: HB370 is a good bill that requires Tennessee to apply for federal HIV program funding. It is up in the House Health Subcommittee at 1:30 p.m. Central Time in House Hearing Room 4. RSVP and learn more at the Facebook event link.
SHOW UP: The Mid-South LGBT Chamber of Commerce is holding an online Advocacy 101 session at 6:00 p.m. RSVP at the link.
CALL: The Human Rights Campaign hosts a virtual phone bank against discriminatory bills at 6:30 p.m. Central Time. Register at the link.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8
Anti-trans TennCare bill
EMAIL: Use the easy form at the link to tell the House Finance subcommittee to vote NO on the anti-trans TennCare bill.
CALL: Call members of the Finance Committee and Subcommittee with the numbers and scripts at the link.
SHOW UP: The House Finance Committee will take up HB1215, the anti-trans TennCare bill at 10:30 a.m. in House Hearing Room 3. The discussion typically moves fast and focuses on cost and revenue issues of bills.
Anti-trans binary definition of "sex" bill
EMAIL: Use the easy form at the link to tell the House Finance Subcommittee to vote NO on the bill.
SHOW UP: The House Finance Subcommittee will also consider HB239, the anti-trans binary definition of "sex" bill at 10:30 a.m. in House Hearing Room 3. The discussion typically moves fast and will be focused on cost and revenue issues of bills.
Anti-trans private school sports bill and parental opt-in bill
EMAIL: Use the easy form at the link to the House Education Administration Committee to vote NO on both bills.
CALL: Use the numbers and scripts to leave messages with members of the committee.
SHOW UP: The House Education Administration Committee takes up the anti-trans private school sports bill and the bill requiring opt-in parental permission for parts of the curriculum, school surveys, and school clubs. Show up at 1:30 p.m. in House Hearing Room 1. RSVP at the Facebook event link.
THURSDAY, MARCH 9
EMAIL: Use the easy form to tell your own senator to vote NO on the binary sex bill.
Chris Sanders published this page in Blog 2023-03-01 20:27:51 -0600