Attention: Delaware residents and their friends
Update on the Bathroom Bill
The Bathroom Bill will be on the House floor for a vote on Tuesday at 2pm. We are SO CLOSE to stopping this bill - it's literally down to one vote!
THANK YOU to the women who responded to our call to testify on the Bathroom Bill on Wednesday. Many of you came for the first time, applied our talking points, and effectively delivered the right messaging. Mothers representing all different communities and walks of life testified beautifully and it made a huge difference.
Your representatives MUST hear from you! Click here to immediately email your representative. It takes less than 2 minutes. If you've already emailed, do it again, then forward this email to your family and friends.
Read and use the most effective talking points. Bottom line: the "Bathroom Bill" defines gender as how one identifies in expression, behavior, and appearance. This means anyone who "expresses" as the opposite gender has access to any private public accommodation. A woman would have no legal recourse against a naked man walking around in a ladies locker room or shower area, as long as he "expressed" or "behaved" like a woman. Women have a right to privacy and safety. This bill directly impacts you and your family. Be heard!
Here are the Reps who need to hear from their districts:
Darryl ScottQuinn JohnsonIf you live in any of these districts, please email your Representative immediately and FORWARD THIS EMAIL TO YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS asking them to do the same.
Administration strongly opposes Rep. Fleming's religious freedom amendment for the Armed Forces.Next week the United States House of Representatives is gearing up to vote on a bill that would ban abortion nationally on unborn children older than 20 weeks. There is scientific evidence that these children are capable of feeling pain, and deserve the most basic protections.
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Delaware Family Policy Council | P.O. Box 925 | Seaford | DE | 19973
Saturday, June 15, 2013
Fwd: Delaware Bathroom Bill Update: next steps
Posted by PFOX at 6:14 PM