The following bills have been assigned to committees and are on the docket for hearings. This is the only time you can file a witness slip that you support or oppose a bill. If, when you click on the bill, it won’t allow you to file a slip, the time has already passed.
Please take special note of IFI’s position of Proponent or Opponent and file accordingly. Click on the link to be taken to the page where you will need to include the following information.
Do NOT use punctuation marks or the system will not accept your witness slip.
Witness Slip Instructions:
Section I. Enter your name, address, city and zip code. You can leave Firm/Business and Title blank. If it won’t allow you to leave them black, enter self.
Section II. Leave it blank if you are not representing a group, or enter self.
Section III. Check that you are a Proponent or Opponent.
Section IV. Unless you are filing a written statement, select Record of Appearance Only.
Lastly, check that you agree to the terms of agreement.
Click Create (Slip).
BILLS TO SUPPORT
HB 261, Ultrasound Opportunity Act offers a woman seeking an abortion after 8 weeks gestation an opportunity to view an ultrasound of her unborn child.
HB 338, a child born alive as the result of an abortion must be fully recognized as a human person and accorded immediate protection under the law.
HB 783, repeals tax-payer funding of abortion.
HB 791, bans abortion after 20 weeks except in a medical emergency.
HB 827, bans partial birth abortion.
HB 1893, repeals Reproductive Health Act – most extreme abortion law in the nation.
BILLS TO OPPOSE
HB 79, schools “must include instruction on the medical and legal ramifications of cannabis use.” Because it’s legal for recreational use and has dozens of “medical” uses with intent to include more, instruction could potentially nudge children into experimentation, believing that medicine is good for you.
HB 80, mandates students read nonfiction and fiction books about racism in grades K-12, some of which are filled with hate and are sexually explicit.
HB 135, allows pharmacists to dispense hormonal contraceptives by way of a standing order from the Director of Public Health; mandates health insurance policies to cover the contraceptives.
HB 309, creates the Implicit Bias Training for Health Care Professionals Act. A licensee shall complete implicit bias training regarding “race, ethnicity, gender, identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, or other characteristics.”
HB 1736, sets forth comprehensive sex ed requirements for pre-K through 12th grade.
HB 1797, repeals Parental Notice of Abortion Act.
HB 2590, allows people to change their gender or request a non-gendered marriage license.
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