11 Feb Legislative Update and ACTION ALERT!
Legislative Alert: CALL NOW! Action is needed today to move Senate Bill 211 out of committee!!!
Good news! Senate Bill 211, a bipartisan bill known as the “Children’s Equal Access Act,” was filed January 23, 2018 by Senator Larry Stutts (with 9 co-sponsors) and placed on the Senate Judiciary Committee calendar for Wednesday, February 14, 2018 at 1:00 pm.
- Valentine’s Day is the perfect time for our Senate Judiciary Committee to publicly acknowledge ALL children in Alabama should be allowed and encouraged to freely love both of their parents and extended family members.
- The Children’s Equal Access Act aims to maximize a child’s time with both parents during a divorce or separation. You can read and share the Talking Points here.
- We ask you to take a moment to contact as many of these committee members as you can and urge them to vote “YES” on SB 211. Communicate to them that you deeply appreciate their commitment to doing what’s right in Montgomery; by putting children and families first, please vote “YES” on SB211.
Below are the Senate Judiciary Committee members:
Senators Office Phone email
Ward, Cam (Chair) 334-242-7873 email@example.com
Williams, Phil (Vice Chair) 334-242-7857 Phil@williamsstatesenate.com
Albritton, Greg 334-242-7843 firstname.lastname@example.org
Coleman-Madison, Linda 334-242-7864 email@example.com
Figures, Vivian 334-242-7871 firstname.lastname@example.org
Orr, Arthur 334-242-7891 email@example.com
Reed, Greg 334-242-7894 firstname.lastname@example.org
Sanders, Hank 334-242-7860 email@example.com
Scofield, Clay 334-242-7876 firstname.lastname@example.org
Singleton, Bobby 334-242-7935 email@example.com
Smitherman, Rodger 334-242-7870 firstname.lastname@example.org
Stutts, Larry 334-242-7862 email@example.com
Whatley, Tom 334-242-7865 firstname.lastname@example.org
We ask for everyone to please take a few moments by calling or emailing the listed members above before noon Wednesday.
Thank you for taking a moment to stand up for social equality, families, and for the innocent children who do not have a voice in this matter. Together, we will make a difference and let our voices and concerns be heard in Montgomery.
As a reminder, please always be respectful and courteous with your communications.
Please focus on the bill and the Talking Points. If you would like to share your story and/or experience with family courts, please share via the ALFRA website here.