Bill to Help Homeless Infants Moving in the State Senate!

From our friends at the Campaign for What Works

HB 2204, sponsored by Rep. Justin Simmons, passed the House last week with a unanimous vote of 198-0! Next up is for the bill to be voted tomorrow, Tuesday, June 10th by the Senate Aging and Youth Committee.

The legislation would remove barriers to help the families of homeless children get the assistance and resources needed for a fighting chance by providing automatic tracking by early intervention services to assist the children.

Please take a moment now to email a letter, send message or make a call of support for HB 2204 to the members of the Senate Aging and Youth Committee.

A draft support letter can be found here for your convenience.


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