After the Senate gutted the voting rights amendment (HB 70), the bill went back to the bill went back to the House where they rejected the Senate's changes. Now the Senate has the opportunity to restore the bill to its original form. It is important that we keep this process moving, so we need your calls to Senate.
Please call 800-372-7181 and leave a message for your senator and all members of the Senate. Tell them, “Please restore the House version of House Bill 70.”
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Please take a moment today to leave a message on the Legislative Message Line to let your legislators know you support House Bill 70 to restore voting rights to former felons who have served their debt to society.
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