April 10, 2019 all-dayAmerica/Los Angeles Timezone
1315 10th St
AB 1217 Assembly Elections Lobby Day
AB 1217 (Mullin), the Issue Ad DISCLOSE Act is having its first do-or-die hearing on April 10th!
Join us to pack the morning hearing and our noon rally, & then to lobby individual legislators — and show how many voters demand fair elections and government by ensuring that lobbying issue ads have to show who really paid for them! We’ll also rally for SB 47 (Allen), the Petition DISCLOSE Act and other Clean Money bills for Fair Elections. All build on our nation-leading victory for AB 249, the California DISCLOSE Act.
WHAT: Clean Money Lobby Day and Rally for AB 1217 and SB 47 WHEN: Wednesday, April 10th. Hearing 8:45 am; <strongLobbying 11am-12pm & 1pm-3:30pm (could end earlier). Rally 12pm-1pm. WHERE: State Capitol. 1315 10th St, Sacramento, CA 95814. Hearing meeting place: Hearing Room 444. Lobbying meeting place: TBD.</strong
Transportation & Lodging: Carpools from most parts of the state. If you need a ride or can offer one, indicate below. We can reimburse gas for people from Southern California or the Central Valley, and can also find places to stay the night before.
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Indivisible Marin & Common Cause For the People Phone Bank for HR1/S1: Saturday, May 15, 10 AM–12 PM. Phone bank with Indivisible Marin every Saturday to support the For the People Act and oppose the filibuster! Sign up for a shift here.
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