A NOTE FROM PUBLIC POLICY DIRECTOR DENISE MAES
120 DAYS. That’s how long the 2019 legislative session lasted. And within those 120 days, we plotted an ambitious legislative agenda with 14 proactive bills, of which 13 passed and were signed into law. We championed legislation that will, for the first time in our state’s history, fund comprehensive sex education for schools seeking to adopt such a curriculum. We were also able to lift up legislation that will bring some relief to our immigrant friends and neighbors, and we advanced legislation that will reform aspects of our cruel bail system. You made this happen and we thank you for your help and support.
As you know, direct communication with your elected officials is a valuable way to encourage them to stand up for freedom and protect civil liberties. We encourage you to use this scorecard to give your state representative and senator feedback on their votes in the 2019 legislative session. Sine die is Latin for the phrase “without assigning another meeting,” and it’s the term people under the dome use to describe the last day of the legislative session. Sine die was May 3, but its not too late to let legislators know where