Sunday, August 4, 2019

FYI - Congratulations Barb Lemmon!

Three cheers to our Barb Lemmon, of the a4a Immigration Action Group, for being named one of the AZ19 region's most influential people.
Let's honor her by Standing on the Corner.
Let's honor her by being present at the Sept. 10 celebration at the Casino. (Ticket information below.)

CONGRATULATIONS BARB!!!!! We are so proud of you.

Sunday, February 17, 2019

ACT NOW - Urge AZ Senate to hear ERA bill

From Maureen Brooks’ 2/17  talk on the ERA and what you can do to move the legislation forward.
Contact Sen. Karen Fann, President of the Arizona Senate from Prescott, and ask her to submit the ERA proposal to a friendly committee. Last year it was sent to a committee whose chair refused to act. She has been approached and needs some help to make the right decision.
•Phone: 602 926 5874
•In no case should it be assigned to the Judiciary Committee, where Sen. Eddie Farnsworth (R-District 12 and "Charter School Millionaire") -- Sen. Fann's second in command -- has vowed to kill it.
•First Choice: Commerce Committee. Chaired by Sen. Ugenti-Rita. Vice Chair is Sen. Tyler Pace (R-District 25), a co-signer of the bill with Sen. Urgenti-Rita. Traditionally, bills are assigned when possible to the committee of the sponsor. So, this action has precedent and should provide the utmost support for getting the SCR 1006 to full vote. Supporters also conclude that ERA's impacts on the economy and work force make it a natural choice to place under Commerce.
•Second Choice: Health and Human Services. Sen. Kate Brophy-McGee (R-District 28) chairs this committee and is an ERA supporter. SCR 1006 signer Sen. Heather Carter (R-District 15) is vice chair. Sen. Tyler Pace, also a signer, is on the committee. Sen. Victoria Steele (D-District 9) is a member of this committee, as is ERA-supporter Sen. Rebecca Rios (D-District 27).

Friday, February 8, 2019

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

FYI - From the Green Valley News

Women are preparing for an annual march and rally Saturday, with hundreds from Sahuarita and Green Valley expected to join thousands more across the world to continue demands for equal rights, protections and to have their voices heard.
The Women’s March on Washington in 2017 saw an estimated 500,000 to 1 million participants along with millions more around the world. Green Valley's march, held just days after President Trump took office, drew 400 to 500 people.

This year's rally on Saturday, January 19 from 11:30 to 1:00 at the corner of Esperanza and La Canada comes days after a record number of women were sworn into Congress.