03 May Legislative Alert6: CALL NOW!
A partial win for the children in Alabama. Alabama Senate Continuing the Rebuild Alabama conservation by passing SB266.
The Children’s Equal Access Act (SB266), bipartisan and pro child-parent legislation passed in the Senate May 2, 2019 (25 Yea, 4 Nays) and moves to the House.
- The Children’s Equal Access Act aims to maximize a child’s time with both parents in the event of divorce or separation.
Action Needed: We would ask individuals to take a moment and call the Senate members that voted yes. Communicate to them that you deeply appreciate their commitment to doing what’s right in Montgomery by putting children and families first. As a reminder, please always be respectful and courteous with your communications.
You can contact them individually or send a group email to all of the Senators. Click here to access the list of the Senators’ contact information.
If desired you can access the bill and see the complete Roll Call vote here but we would like to remind you our focus must now immediately shift to the House of Representatives.
Thank you for standing up for families and innocent children who do not have a voice in this matter.
Watch for a similar action request soon for your State Representative when the bill is placed on the House Judiciary Committee calendar.
ALFRA Vice President
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.