Parental Notification Rights Bill

February 8th, 2012

New Mexico 4 Families

Equipping Families for Political Action

“Remember the Lord, who is great and awesome,
and fight for your brothers, your sons and your daughters,
your wives and your homes.” Nehemiah 4:14 NIV

Tomorrow, 2-9-12, the NM House Consumer and Public Affairs Committee will hear HB 51-Parental Notification Rights Act.

Please watch this 30 second video. Click Here

WHEN: Thursday February 9th, 2011 at 1:30 PM or after the House floor session finishes

WHERE: Roundhouse-Santa Fe Room 317

Prior to the hearing, please contact the representatives below with the following message:

Tell them: The time to pass Parental Notification (HB 51) is NOW!
NO ONE will care for our daughters better than their parents!

Representative Gail Chasey
Chair-Consumer & Public Affairs Committee

Representative Antonio “Moe” Maestas

Representative Bill O’Neill

My name is ____________ and I live in ____________. Please tell the representative that I support HB 51 The Parental Notification Rights Act.
Thank you, and have a good day.

EMAIL SCRIPT (Clicking on email address should generate an email for you. Cut and paste, feel free to edit and reword, update text in red.)
Dear Representative,
I support HB 51 The Parental Notification Rights Act, and I encourage you to vote to pass it.
Our children are a sacred trust, and parents are in the best possible position to guide and advise children through these difficult decisions. We need to know so that we can provide all the love, support, and medical care they need.
We know that is self-evident; why else would parental consent be required for tattoos or a generic pain reliever?
Please consider this position, and please let me know where you stand.
Thank you.
Your Name
Your City

New Mexico 4 Families

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