Say it again louder for the people in the back.

One more time: Anything that doesn't reach the floor today is dead.


We sent out an Action Alert and a reminder to get you ready for the week. We were remiss in not including a couple of bills, so here is an even more comprehensive list (with our apologies!). As always, you can check out our homepage for a quick synopsis of each of these bills.


ACTION ALERT!

for Monday, February 4, 2019


BILLS THAT NEED YOUR HELP IN THE HOUSE!


WE SUPPORT

HB0107 Sexual assault parental rights Being heard on: House General File, help us get it to the Floor! 


HB0244 Medicaid - work requirements and expansion

Being heard on: House General File, help us get it to the Floor! 


HB0273 Minimum wage

Being heard on: House General File, help us get it to the Floor!


WE OPPOSE

HB0103 Abortion - reporting requirements

Being heard on: House General File, help us keep it OFF the Floor!

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BILLS THAT NEED YOUR HELP IN THE SENATE!


WE SUPPORT

HB0071 Wage gap - penalties Being heard in: Senate Transportation Committee, upon adjournment Monday 2/4 Information: Fact sheet available here.

HB0084 Wage equality - state employees and programs Being heard in: Senate Transportation Committee, upon adjournment Monday 2/4 Information: Fact sheet available here.

WE OPPOSE SF0144 Medicaid and SNAP eligibility Being heard in: Senate, third reading, not on the consent list, call your Senators to oppose!

SF0128 Unborn victims of violence act

Being heard on: Senate General File, help us keep it OFF the Floor!

Information: Fact sheet available here.


See you in the Jonah Building! If you're not in Cheyenne, you can listen in here. We'll be recapping throughout the day on twitter (@wywomensnetwork).

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