THE RIGHT TO PROTEST

American democracy is at risk. Free expression is the cornerstone of any free society, and the First Amendment guarantees the right of the people to peaceably assemble. These bills working their way through state legislatures set steep penalties for different aspects of peaceful protest, and therefore would stifle dissent in this country. Every right we have depends on the right to speak out.

Listed below are the bills, their progress through the various state legislatures, and what you can do about it. Direct contact with your state assemblypersons is crucial. We must act. Click on the map below to see what’s happening in your state.

Arizona

Criminalizing the planning of protests | SB 1142 | 53 Legislature

Summary


Reconstitutes the definition of rioting to include any action that results in damage to private property. This bill would give law enforcement the ability to make arrests at a peaceful demonstration that they believe may become violent, allowing them to criminally prosecute and seize the assets of any person planning or attending a demonstration at which damage to private property occurs.

Status


Withdrawn by Speaker of the House J.D. Mesnard (R-Chandler) after mass outcry against the bill.

Arkansas

Unlawful mass picketing | SB 550 | 91st Legislature

Summary


This bill creates the misdemeanor offense of “unlawful mass picketing,” which is defined as any demonstration that hinders “the pursuit of lawful work or employment,” obstructs entrances or exits of buildings, blocks any sort of transportation infrastructure, or occurs at a private residence. At odds with this aim, the bill states that it “does not apply to a person who is validly exercising his or her rights as guaranteed by the United States Constitution or the Arkansas Constitution.”

Status


Vetoed by Governor on 4/6/2017.

Colorado

Penalties for environmental protesters | SB 35 | 71st Legislature

Summary


Though the bill does not cite protesters directly, it would greatly increase penalties for environmental protesters demonstrating against fossil fuel industries. The law would reclassify “tampering with equipment associated with oil and gas gathering operations” from a class 2 misdemeanor to a class 6 felony which comes with up to 18 months imprisonment and a fine of up to $100,000.

Status


Died in committee. Postponed indefinitely by House State, Veterans, and Military Affairs Committee on 4/12/2017.

Take Action Step 1

Contact members of the House State, Veterans, and Military Affairs Committee.

Find Committee Member Contact Information


Take Action Step 2

Check ResistanceCalendar.org (search by your state) to see if any actions are planned, or organize your own protest or office visit to your state representatives. Creating a Facebook event is a good way to get the word out, send us a link to info@voiceproject.org and we’ll post it as well.


Take Action Step 3

Scheduled for discussion at House State, Veterans, and Military Affairs Committee hearing on 4/12/2017 at 1:30pm. Attend the hearing and testify against the bill! Here’s a link to useful information about how to testify before a Colorado legislative committee.


Take Action Step 4

Contact Governor John Hickenlooper and tell him to veto this bill if it reaches his desk.

Phone: (303) 866-2471

Florida

Limiting drivers’ liability in traffic obstruction accidents | SB 1096 | 2017 Regular Session

Summary


Institutes criminal penalties for protesters who block traffic, and exempts motor vehicle operators who injure or kill traffic obstructing protesters from liability.

Status


Died in committee.

Georgia

“Back the Badge” protecting law enforcement | SB 160 | 154th General Assembly

Summary


This bill increases penalties for blocking road or pedestrian traffic, and also allows minors between the ages of 13 and 17 to be tried as adults in cases involving harm to law enforcement officers.

Status


Signed into law on 5/8/2017.

Revising the definition of “domestic terrorism” | SB 1 | 154th General Assembly

Summary


This bill would broaden the definition of “domestic terrorism” to include any action that violates the laws of the state with the intent to cause bodily harm, to destroy or disable critical infrastructure (defined as transportation, educational, religious, agricultural, energy, economic, and other similar kinds of infrastructure—i.e. those typically targeted by protesters), or to “effectuate any ideology or belief.”

Status


Defeated. Failed to pass the House on 3/28/2017.

Indiana

Fines for mass traffic obstruction | SB 285 | 120th Legislature

Summary


The bill would force officials to act immediately on mass traffic obstructions, defined as 10 or more people, issuing fines for such behavior.

Status


In committee. First read in House on 3/6/2017 and referred to House Rules and Legislative Procedures Committee.

Take Action Step 1

Contact members of the House Rules and Legislative Procedures Committee.

Find Committee Member Contact Information


Take Action Step 2

Check ResistanceCalendar.org (search by your state) to see if any actions are planned, or organize your own protest or office visit to your state representatives. Creating a Facebook event is a good way to get the word out, send us a link to info@voiceproject.org and we’ll post it as well.


Take Action Step 3

Contact Governor Eric Holcomb and tell him to veto this bill if it reaches his desk.

Phone: (317) 232-4567

Iowa

Increased penalties for blocking traffic | SF 426 | 87th Legislature

Summary


Bills in both the House and Senate would create harsher penalties for protesters who block traffic on highways. This includes aggravated misdemeanor charges for a second offense and class D felony charges for a third offense. This bill replaces SF 111.

Status


Bill approved by committee on 3/13/2017 with amendment. Will presumably be put on Senate Floor calendar soon.

Take Action Step 1

Contact your state Senators.

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Take Action Step 2

Check ResistanceCalendar.org (search by your state) to see if any actions are planned, or organize your own protest or office visit to your state representatives. Creating a Facebook event is a good way to get the word out, send us a link to info@voiceproject.org and we’ll post it as well.


Take Action Step 3

Contact Governor Terry Brandstad and tell him to veto this bill if it reaches his desk.

Phone: (515) 281-5211

Increased penalties for blocking traffic | HF 226 | 87th Legislature

Summary


Bills in both the House and Senate would create harsher penalties for protesters who block traffic on highways. This includes aggravated misdemeanor charges for a second offense and class D felony charges for a third offense. This bill replaces SSB 1135.

Status


Bill approved by committee on 3/2/2017. Awaiting vote on House Floor.

Take Action Step 1

Contact your House Representatives.

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Take Action Step 2

Check ResistanceCalendar.org (search by your state) to see if any actions are planned, or organize your own protest or office visit to your state representatives. Creating a Facebook event is a good way to get the word out, send us a link to info@voiceproject.org and we’ll post it as well.


Take Action Step 3

Contact Governor Terry Brandstad and tell him to veto this bill if it reaches his desk.

Phone: (515) 281-5211

Michigan

Picketing penalties | HB 4630 | 98th Legislature

Summary


In December, Michigan Republicans voted that courts can more easily “shut down” mass picketing demonstrations and fine protesters for blocking entrances to businesses, private residences or roadways. When blocked by a court, those who continue to protest can be fined up to $1,000 and unions can be fined up to $10,000 each day.

Certain forms of mass picketing were already prohibited, but leading Representative Gary Glenn stated that the increased incidents meant “the current penalties are not sufficient to deter already-illegal activity.”

Democrats in the General Assembly called the legislation unconstitutional prior to the 57-50 vote, calling it “unnecessary, over-reaching, outrageous, oppressive and un-American,” said Representative Leslie Love.

Status


Bill defeated.

Picketing penalties | HB 4643 | 98th Legislature

Summary


In December, Michigan Republicans voted that courts can more easily “shut down” mass picketing demonstrations and fine protesters for blocking entrances to businesses, private residences or roadways. When blocked by a court, those who continue to protest can be fined up to $1,000 and unions can be fined up to $10,000 each day.

Certain forms of mass picketing were already prohibited, but leading Representative Gary Glenn stated that the increased incidents meant “the current penalties are not sufficient to deter already-illegal activity.”

Democrats in the General Assembly called the legislation unconstitutional prior to the 57-50 vote, calling it “unnecessary, over-reaching, outrageous, oppressive and un-American,” said Representative Leslie Love.

Status


Bill defeated.

Minnesota

Fines for protests | HF 322 | 90th Legislature

Summary


A measure to allow the suing of protesters for law enforcement costs “related to unlawful assemblies and public nuisances.” Bills in both the House and Senate.

Status


Passed committee. Re-referred to Public Safety and Security Policy and Finance Committee, 1/26/17.

Take Action Step 1

Contact members of the House Public Safety and Security Policy and Finance Committee.

Find Committee Member Contact Information


Take Action Step 2

Check ResistanceCalendar.org (search by your state) to see if any actions are planned, or organize your own protest or office visit to your state representatives. Creating a Facebook event is a good way to get the word out, send us a link to info@voiceproject.org and we’ll post it as well.


Take Action Step 3

Contact Governor Mark Dayton and tell him to veto this bill if it reaches his desk.

Phone: (651) 201-3400

Fines for protests | SF 679 | 90th Legislature

Summary


A measure to allow the suing of protesters for law enforcement costs “related to unlawful assemblies and public nuisances.” Bills in both the House and Senate.

Status


In committee. Referred to Judiciary and Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee, 2/6/17.

Take Action Step 1

Contact members of the Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee.

Find Committee Member Contact Information


Take Action Step 2

Check ResistanceCalendar.org (search by your state) to see if any actions are planned, or organize your own protest or office visit to your state representatives. Creating a Facebook event is a good way to get the word out, send us a link to info@voiceproject.org and we’ll post it as well.


Take Action Step 3

Contact Governor Mark Dayton and tell him to veto this bill if it reaches his desk.

Phone: (651) 201-3400

Traffic obstruction penalties | HF 1066 | 90th Legislature

Summary


Bills in both the House and Senate increase criminal penalties for traffic-impeding protests.

Status


House Vote: Public Safety and Security Policy and Finance Committee voted to adopt bill and sent back to House for second reading.

Take Action Step 1

Contact members of the House Public Safety and Security Policy and Finance Committee.

Find Committee Member Contact Information


Take Action Step 2

Check ResistanceCalendar.org (search by your state) to see if any actions are planned, or organize your own protest or office visit to your state representatives. Creating a Facebook event is a good way to get the word out, send us a link to info@voiceproject.org and we’ll post it as well.


Take Action Step 3

Contact Governor Mark Dayton and tell him to veto this bill if it reaches his desk.

Phone: (651) 201-3400

Traffic obstruction penalties | SF 918 | 90th Legislature

Summary


Bills in both the House and Senate increase criminal penalties for traffic-impeding protests.

Status


In committee. Referred to Judiciary and Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee.

Take Action Step 1

Contact members of the Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee.

Find Committee Member Contact Information


Take Action Step 2

Check ResistanceCalendar.org (search by your state) to see if any actions are planned, or organize your own protest or office visit to your state representatives. Creating a Facebook event is a good way to get the word out, send us a link to info@voiceproject.org and we’ll post it as well.


Take Action Step 3

Contact Governor Mark Dayton and tell him to veto this bill if it reaches his desk.

Phone: (651) 201-3400

Traffic obstruction penalties | SF 803 | 90th Legislature

Summary


Bills in both the House and Senate increase criminal penalties for traffic-impeding protests.

Status


This bill replaced HF 390 and SF 676. It was vetoed by the governor on 5/15/2017.

Mississippi

Raised penalties for obstruction of traffic | SB 2730 | Legislature

Summary


Raises potential charge for “maliciously impeding traffic” to a felony.

Status


Bill died in committee.

Missouri

Unmasking protesters | HB 179 | 99th Legislature

Summary


This bill would make it illegal to wear a mask or disguise during protests, including gas masks. It would become a misdemeanor and only affect those who are “committing another crime” including rioting or unlawful assembly.

The ACLU states that wearing masks is protected by the First Amendment.

Status


Referred to House Select Committee on Local, State, Federal Relations and Miscellaneous Business on 5/15/2017.

Take Action Step 1

Contact members of the House Select Committee on Local, State, Federal Relations and Miscellaneous Business.

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Take Action Step 2

Check ResistanceCalendar.org (search by your state) to see if any actions are planned, or organize your own protest or office visit to your state representatives. Creating a Facebook event is a good way to get the word out, send us a link to info@voiceproject.org and we’ll post it as well.


Take Action Step 3

Contact Governor Eric Greitens and tell him to veto this bill if it reaches his desk.

Phone: (573) 751-3222

Unmasking protesters | HB 876 | 99th Legislature

Summary


This law would define an “unlawful assembly” as two or more people who meet “for the purpose of violating any of the criminal laws” at the state or federal level. The bill would also create the new crime of “unlawful traffic interference” (including walking, sitting, standing, lying down, or placing an object on any public roadway, with the intention of impeding traffic). The bill stipulates that commission of “unlawful traffic interference” while participating in an “unlawful assembly” would be a Class D felony, which would carry a penalty of up to seven years in prison.

Status


Referred to House Judiciary Committee on 2/16/2017. Public hearing completed on 3/7/2017 but bill has not been on House calendar since.

Take Action Step 1

Contact members of the House Judiciary Committee.

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Take Action Step 2

Check ResistanceCalendar.org (search by your state) to see if any actions are planned, or organize your own protest or office visit to your state representatives. Creating a Facebook event is a good way to get the word out, send us a link to info@voiceproject.org and we’ll post it as well.


Take Action Step 3

Contact Governor Eric Greitens and tell him to veto this bill if it reaches his desk.

Phone: (573) 751-3222

New York

Contract and investment blacklist for boycott supporters | SB 2492 | 2017-2018 Session

Summary


This bill prohibits the state from creating contracts with or investing in people and businesses that promote or engage in boycotts against “American allied nations.”

Status


Passed Senate on 3/8/2017 and delivered to Assembly. Referred to Assembly Governmental Operations Committee.

Take Action Step 1

Contact members of the Assembly Governmental Operations Committee.

Find Committee Member Contact Information


Take Action Step 2

Check ResistanceCalendar.org (search by your state) to see if any actions are planned, or organize your own protest or office visit to your state representatives. Creating a Facebook event is a good way to get the word out, send us a link to info@voiceproject.org and we’ll post it as well.


Take Action Step 3

New York residents can oppose this bill online!

Express Your Opposition


Take Action Step 4

Contact Governor Andrew Cuomo and tell him to veto this bill if it reaches his desk.

Phone: (518) 474-8390

Student group funding restrictions for BDS support | SB 2493 | 2017-2018 Session

Summary


This bill would prohibit student groups that participate in “Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) of Israel and American allied nations” (as well as other forms of what it terms “hate speech”) from receiving public funding.

Status


Passed Senate on 3/8/2017 and delivered to Assembly. Referred to Assembly Higher Education Committee.

Take Action Step 1

Contact members of the Assembly Higher Education Committee.

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Take Action Step 2

Check ResistanceCalendar.org (search by your state) to see if any actions are planned, or organize your own protest or office visit to your state representatives. Creating a Facebook event is a good way to get the word out, send us a link to info@voiceproject.org and we’ll post it as well.


Take Action Step 3

New York residents can oppose this bill online!

Express Your Opposition


Take Action Step 4

Contact Governor Andrew Cuomo and tell him to veto this bill if it reaches his desk.

Phone: (518) 474-8390

Restrictions on state university funding to aid boycotts | SB 4837 | 2017-2018 Session

Summary


This bill would prohibit public colleges from funding student groups and participation of any individuals (including faculty) or student groups in any academic meeting where actions have been taken boycotting any country which hosts “higher education institutions chartered by the board of regents of the university of the state of New York.”

Status


Passed Senate on 3/8/2017 and delivered to Assembly. Referred to Assembly Higher Education Committee.

Take Action Step 1

Contact members of the Assembly Higher Education Committee.

Find Committee Member Contact Information


Take Action Step 2

Check ResistanceCalendar.org (search by your state) to see if any actions are planned, or organize your own protest or office visit to your state representatives. Creating a Facebook event is a good way to get the word out, send us a link to info@voiceproject.org and we’ll post it as well.


Take Action Step 3

New York residents can oppose this bill online!

Express Your Opposition


Take Action Step 4

Contact Governor Andrew Cuomo and tell him to veto this bill if it reaches his desk.

Phone: (518) 474-8390

North Carolina

Punishment for commerce interference | HB 249 | 2017 General Assembly

Summary


This bill creates the felony offense of “economic terrorism,” which is any criminal offense that “impedes or disrupts the regular course of business” or causes over $1000 worth of property damage with the intent of intimidating the civilian population or any level of government. It also increases criminal penalties for obstructing traffic during demonstrations.

Status


In committee. Withdrawn from House Rules, Calendar, and Operations Committee on 4/5/2017 and re-referred to Second House Judiciary Committee.

Take Action Step 1

Contact members of the Second House Judiciary Committee.

Find Committee Member Contact Information


Take Action Step 2

Check ResistanceCalendar.org (search by your state) to see if any actions are planned, or organize your own protest or office visit to your state representatives. Creating a Facebook event is a good way to get the word out, send us a link to info@voiceproject.org and we’ll post it as well.


Take Action Step 3

Contact Governor Roy Cooper and tell him to veto this bill if it reaches his desk.

Phone: (919) 814-2000

Punishment for commerce interference | SB 229 | 2017 General Assembly

Summary


Senator Dan Bishop introduced a bill to protect former state officials from harassment by protesters for one year past the end of their term. They will be considered by the State to still hold their office for that period of time.

The bill came after former Governor Pat McCrory was followed by a group of protesters during Donald Trump’s inauguration while on a downtown sidewalk. They shouted, “Shame on you!” and other obscenities until he escaped through the back door of a building. A video shows that there was no violence.

McCrory received criticism for signing a law that made North Carolina the first state to require transgender people to use the bathroom matching the gender on their birth certificates.

Status


In committee. First read in Senate on 3/14/2017 and referred to Senate Rules and Operations Committee.

Take Action Step 1

Contact members of the Senate Rules and Operations Committee.

Find Committee Member Contact Information


Take Action Step 2

Check ResistanceCalendar.org (search by your state) to see if any actions are planned, or organize your own protest or office visit to your state representatives. Creating a Facebook event is a good way to get the word out, send us a link to info@voiceproject.org and we’ll post it as well.


Take Action Step 3

Contact Governor Roy Cooper and tell him to veto this bill if it reaches his desk.

Phone: (919) 814-2000

North Dakota

Prohibition on “economic harm” to private property | HB 1193 | 65th General Assembly

Summary


HB 1193 criminalizes public assembly, making the “intent” to cause more than $1000 in “direct or indirect harm” to a business a felony—this potentially targets actions like boycotts and divestment, which both might cause “indirect” harm. It also declares a state of emergency.

Status


Defeated. Senate Judiciary Committee reported back recommending that the bill not pass. Failed to pass Senate on 3/28/2017.

Unmasking protesters | HB 1304 | 65th General Assembly

Summary


Classifies the wearing of a mask during the commission of a criminal offense as a class A misdemeanor.

Status


Signed into law.

Raised stakes for trespassers | HB 1293 | 65th General Assembly

Summary


Raises the penalty for non criminal trespassing, sometimes even to a class C felony.

Status


Signed into law.

Increased penalties for riot offenses | HB 1426 | 65th General Assembly

Summary


This law allows prosecutors to charge people involved in “riots” with more severe crimes: disobeying the orders of law enforcement is now a class A misdemeanor and use of any weapon during a gathering larger than 100 people is a class C felony.

Status


Signed into law.

Expanded authority for Attorney General | SB 2302 | 65th General Assembly

Summary


Allows the Attorney General to appoint peacekeeping forces from other states as “ad hoc special agents.”

Status


Signed into law.

Protection for drivers running over protesters | HB 1203 | 65th General Assembly

Summary


Would have provided liability exemption to drivers who had run over protesters blocking a road. Proposed in direction response to Standing Rock protests.

Status


Defeated in House after amendment passed by committee.

Oklahoma

Protesters liable for damaged property | HB 2128 | 56th Legislature

Summary


This bill allows prosecutors to hold any person arrested or convicted of trespassing liable for any damages to property caused during trespassing. It also makes anyone who pays a person to trespass liable for damages. (There is a common belief that many demonstrators are paid, though it has been debunked by many sources.)

Status


Signed into law on 5/15/2017.

Increased penalties for trespassing | HB 1123 | 56th Legislature

Summary


Creates two new felonies and a misdemeanor (with related fines) for trespassing on infrastructure facilities, such as pipelines or railroads.

Status


Signed into law on 5/3/2017.

Oregon

Expulsion of students convicted of “rioting” | SB 540 | 79th Legislature

Summary


“Requires community college or public university to expel any student convicted of riot.”

Status


In committee. Referred to Education, then Judiciary Committees on 1/17/17.

Take Action Step 1

Contact members of the Senate Committee on Education.

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Take Action Step 2

Contact members of the Senate Committee on Judiciary.

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Take Action Step 3

Check ResistanceCalendar.org (search by your state) to see if any actions are planned, or organize your own protest or office visit to your state representatives. Creating a Facebook event is a good way to get the word out, send us a link to info@voiceproject.org and we’ll post it as well.


Take Action Step 4

Contact Governor Kate Brown and tell her to veto this bill if it reaches his desk.

Phone: (503) 378-4582

South Dakota

Creation of “public safety zones” with risk of trespass charges | SB 176 | 92nd Legislature

Summary


This bill makes it a misdemeanor to enter a declared “public safety zone” as a “trespasser.” Furthermore, anyone previously charged with trespassing within the past two years (in any state) will be liable for a felony charge if protesting in a “public safety zone.”

Status


Signed into law on 3/13/2017.

Tennessee

Protection for drivers running over protesters | HB 668 | 2017 Regular Session

Summary


“As introduced, provides civil immunity for the driver of an automobile who injures a protester who is blocking traffic in a public right-of-way if the driver was exercising due care.”

Status


Failed in House Civil Justice Subcommittee hearing on 3/22/2017.

Take Action Step 1

Contact members of the House Civil Justice Subcommittee.

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Take Action Step 2

Scheduled for discussion at House Civil Justice Subcommittee hearing on 3/22/2017 at 9:00am. Attend the hearing and testify against the bill!


Take Action Step 3

Check ResistanceCalendar.org (search by your state) to see if any actions are planned, or organize your own protest or office visit to your state representatives. Creating a Facebook event is a good way to get the word out, send us a link to info@voiceproject.org and we’ll post it as well.


Take Action Step 4

Contact Governor Bill Haslam and tell him to veto this bill if it reaches his desk.

Phone: (615) 741-2001

Protection for drivers running over protesters | SB 944 | 2017 Regular Session

Summary


“As introduced, provides civil immunity for the driver of an automobile who injures a protester who is blocking traffic in a public right-of-way if the driver was exercising due care.”

Status


In committee. Referred to Senate Judiciary Committee on 2/13/17.

Take Action Step 1

Contact members of the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Find Committee Member Contact Information


Take Action Step 2

Check ResistanceCalendar.org (search by your state) to see if any actions are planned, or organize your own protest or office visit to your state representatives. Creating a Facebook event is a good way to get the word out, send us a link to info@voiceproject.org and we’ll post it as well.


Take Action Step 3

Contact Governor Bill Haslam and tell him to veto this bill if it reaches his desk.

Phone: (615) 741-2001

Protection for drivers running over protesters | SB 902 | 2017 Regular Session

Summary


Bills in both the House and Senate would quadruple fines for blocking traffic during demonstrations to $200 from the previous $50.

Status


Signed into law.

Virginia

Increase penalties, fines for all protesting activity | SB 1055-1058 | 2017 Session

Summary


This anti-protesting bill is large in scope but would dramatically increase penalties for “unlawful assembly” after “having been lawfully warned to disperse.” The current law states this penalty as a class 3 misdemeanor with fines up to $500 maximum. The new bill proposes elevating penalties to a class 1 misdemeanor that comes with up to a year of jail time and fines up to $2,500.

Status


All four bills introduced have been defeated or withdrawn.

Washington

Punishment for commerce interference | SB 5009 | 65th Legislature

Summary


Senator Doug Ericksen, who campaigned for Donald Trump, is proposing a bill that will create a new crime and punishment for “economic terrorism,” including protests that block transportation and commerce and cause property damage.

The ACLU of Washington released a statement that the bill “throws out a lot of broad rhetoric that appears to be targeting civil disobedience as ‘terrorism.'”

Status


By resolution, reintroduced during 2017 3rd Special Session and retained in present status on 6/21/2017.

Take Action Step 1

Contact members of the Senate Law and Justice Committee.

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Take Action Step 2

Check ResistanceCalendar.org (search by your state) to see if any actions are planned, or organize your own protest or office visit to your state representatives. Creating a Facebook event is a good way to get the word out, send us a link to info@voiceproject.org and we’ll post it as well.


Take Action Step 3

Contact Governor Jay Inslee and tell him to veto this bill if it reaches his desk.

Phone: (360) 902-4111


Take Action Step 4

Washington residents can leave comments on this bill online.

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