TRACKING SENATE SUPPORT ON HB1013

  This is based on their vote in the Senate Education Committee and what has been expressed to us. This post is so we know who we should thank, and who we need to contact yet. Since we lobbied them loudly, we will thank them loudly, too. Please email cmoore@chaponline.com with any updates and thank you […]

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URGENT LEGISLATIVE ACTION

  Can you believe it? We have 12 days to wrap this up! We worked so hard but the hour is getting late. We cannot afford to rest when we are so close to passing House Bill 1013. We’ve won unprecedented battles in getting the bill this far. Please stay the course with us.  Let […]

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OUR BILL IS ON THE SCHEDULE!

  We are thankful that we made it on the list but it is low on the schedule list. If this bill is to ever pass it must be now, and we must give it all we’ve got. The House and Senate Leadership are discussing what bills are priority. Too many bills, so little time! […]

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Legislatively Relevant Homeschooling Materials

UPDATED: October 2, 2014  . Praise the LORD! House Bill 1013 passed in the Senate Education Committee with a vote of 10-1.  The next goal is to get enough support among Senate members, and get the bill on the agenda for a vote in the full Senate Floor. There are only 5 sessions days left: […]

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SENATE TALKING POINTS

. SAMPLE EMAIL SCRIPT:  Feel free to tweak it and add your personal thoughts and story — why you support HB 1013. SUBJECT LINE: Please support HB 1013 Hello! My name is  ______________________  and I am reaching out to all members of the State Senate to respectfully ask you to vote and support House Bill […]

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ONLY 5 SESSION DAYS LEFT

We were thrilled to hear that with a vote of 10-1  HB1013 passed the Senate Education Committee last Tuesday, Sept. 23.  That is amazing! It didn’t take long for them to discuss any issue and we know that it’s due to all the calls, emails and visits everyone is making. Because they amended the bill, […]

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