Campaigns May 8 through 15

We are still waiting for Governor Lee's action on some key bills. The Governor has called for a special session of the Legislature for August 21. You can submit comment about that at this link. These causes and events need your attention and they will give you the chance to extend your advocacy. Learn how we are preparing for the special session and the 2024 regular legislation session at this link. A video version of the campaign information can be found at this link.


Veto calls to the Governor

CALL: Call Governor Lee and urge him to veto discriminatory bills. Call 615-741-2001 and say: "Governor Lee, my name is ____________ and I live in ___________. Please, veto the following bills:  Senate Bill 1440, Senate Bill 466, and Senate Bill 102. Thank you."


1. Feel free to add other bills that are important to you that have been transmitted to the Governor or may be soon.

2. About the legislation. SB1237, the anti-trans private school athlete bill, was recently signed into law. SB1443, the parent opt-in bill was recently signed into law. It hampers student access to and choice of school clubs like GSAs and stigmatizes LGBTQ issues in the curriculum. SB1440 is the anti-trans binary definition of "sex" bill. SB466 is the student pronoun discrimination bill. SB102 bans requiring implicit bias training in public education. 


SHOW UP: At 1:00 p.m. Central Time at Legislative Plaza in Nashville, the Southern Christian Coalition is holding a "Protect Kids Not Guns Rally." Learn more at the Facebook link.


SHOW UP: At 4:00 p.m. Central Time in Nashville, Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition holds their May open house. Learn more on Facebook.


SHOW UP: At 4:15 p.m. Eastern Time, LGBTQIA2s+ & Allies Sevier Appalachian OUTreach are holding "Come Together Rally" to support a Pride proclamation in Sevier County before the County Commission meeting. Learn more on Facebook.


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