Dear Autism Advocate,
Your calls have been heard! Today was a busy day in Lansing, spent educating the Michigan senators and answering their questions about the legislation. Tomorrow is the day we will find out if Sen. Mike Bishop is going to be moving the legislation out of committee and to the floor for a vote. All indicators are looking goof that this is going to happen tomorrow. However, we still need your help! It's not over yet!
|HERE'S HOW YOU CAN HELP!|
We need constituents in key districts to not only call their senator but to come to Lansing tomorrow! We need people sitting in the galley above the Senate floor as the Senate is voting. The opposition is all here in big numbers, where are the parents? Be here and share in this history-making day.
Especially needed are constituents from Oakland County, Sturgis, Lenawee County area, Algonac, Grand Rapids area VanBuren and Berrien counties, Holland, Calhoun and Jackson Counties, Upper Peninsula, Midland, and Alpena County.
We need people to meet the Senators as they are walking into caucus at 9 am, and we need people to stay through the day as they do a caucus whip count and then the floor vote.
We cannot emphasize enough how important it is that the Senate hear from you and many, many others from your district on Wednesday! Please continue to make calls to any and all of the Senators, if you are unable to come to Lansing tomorrow.