Call Judiciary Members


Call the Judiciary Committe Members TONIGHT
Ask that they Oppose Transgender Legislation

Friends,

Thanks for your calls to your legislators on the Transgender Bathroom Bill. Please keep them going!

However, we NEED you to call members of the Judiciary Committee RIGHT NOW before a 9:30 a.m. deadline on TUESDAY. The script is very simple: “Please oppose the updated Transgender Bathroom Bill.” Here are their phone numbers:

Senate
Cynthia Stone Creem – 617-722-1639
Gale D. Candaras – 617-722-1291
Patricia D. Jehlen – 617-722-1578
John F. Keenan – 617-722-1494
Thomas M. McGee – 617-722-1350
Richard J. Ross – 617-722-1555

House
Eugene L. O’Flaherty – 617-722-2396
Colleen M. Garry – 617-722-2380
Sean Curran – 617-722-2263
Angelo J. Puppolo, Jr. – 617-722-2090
Christopher M. Markey – 617-722-2450
Sheila Harrington – 617-722-2305
Kevin J. Murphy – 617-722-2877
John V. Fernandes – 617-722-2011
Carlos Henriquez – 617-722-2060
Daniel B. Winslow – 617-722-2060

Here is the story from the State House News Service about the new bill:

A legislative committee has begun polling its members on a long-stalled bill to include transgender residents in the state’s non-discrimination laws, setting up a vote in the House this week, according to a top deputy to Speaker Robert DeLeo.

The Judiciary Committee issued a poll Monday afternoon to its 17 members, and committee co-chair Rep. Eugene O’Flaherty (D-Chelsea) said he anticipates the bill reaching the floor for a vote before midnight Wednesday, when the Legislature begins a seven-week recess.

The proposal, he said, is a redrafted version of a bill that would have also required “sex-segregated facilities, accommodations, resorts and amusements” to grant transgender residents access, based on their preferred “gender identity.”

PLEASE MAKE YOUR CALLS BEFORE 930 A.M. ON TUESDAY.

Thank you.

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