Today in the CO Capitol: “An SOS to the People of Colorado!”I wish you could have been in the Colorado capitol a little while ago.The Colorado House passed the horrific sex-ed bill – sending it on to the Senate. That was expected. But the debate on the floor of the House was stunning:
Indeed, an SOS is needed now. After all, here’s what this bill (HB 1032) does:
Now the Good News: Momentum is building to stop this bill, and the Senate gives more hope to do that. In addition, there was progress today, as a Democrat (Donald Valdez) voted against the bill, joining Republicans who were united in opposition. In the Senate, we’ll need two Democrats to join all Republicans in opposition.WHAT YOU CAN DO:
Yes, this is an SOS. Thank you so much for heeding the call!Autumn LevaVice President of Strategy
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Please Vote NO on HB 1032
Dear [Decision Maker],
I respectfully but strongly urge you to vote NO on HB 1032.
It undermines local control by forcing school districts to take an "all or nothing" approach on comprehensive sex education. That violates our state constitution and common sense.In addition, it pushes controversial viewpoints and details on our kids, without providing a practical way for parents to opt their children out of the material.
I object to this radical bill and will be watching to see how you vote.
Sincerely,[Your Name] [Your Address] [City, State ZIP][Your Email]
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