CALLS TO ACTION

Here is where you will find our weekly calls to action as they happen! 

2/26/18 - Missouri Mondays - Tell your Representative and Senator to pass HB 1558 making Revenge Por

Write your State Representative and Senator here: https://actionnetwork.org/letters/22618mm Don’t know your State Representative? Find out here: http://www.house.mo.gov/legislatorlookup.aspx Don’t know your State Senator? Find out here: http://www.senate.mo.gov/LegisLookup/Default.aspx Last week in stunning news a St. Louis grand jury indicted Gov. Eric Greitens on one count of felony invasion of privacy for allegedly taking a semi-nude photo of the woman with whom he was having an extramarital affair and then threatened that he would publish the photo if she revealed their relationship. Our existing invasion of privacy law in Missouri only addresses whether someone has given their initial c

2/26/18 - Missouri Mondays - Tell your Representative and Senator to pass HB 1558!

Write your State Representative and Senator here:  https://actionnetwork.org/letters/22618mm Don’t know your State Representative? Find out here: http://www.house.mo.gov/legislatorlookup.aspx Don’t know your State Senator? Find out here: http://www.senate.mo.gov/LegisLookup/Default.aspx Last week in stunning news a St. Louis grand jury indicted Gov. Eric Greitens on one count of felony invasion of privacy for allegedly taking a semi-nude photo of the woman with whom he was having an extramarital affair and then threatened that he would publish the photo if she revealed their relationship. Our existing invasion of privacy law in Missouri only addresses whether someone has given their initial

02/19/18 - Missouri Mondays - Tell your Rep to Vote NO on HB 1936 which allows concealed weapons

CALL TO ACTION! Tell your Rep to vote NO on HB 1936 which would allow concealed weapons on public college campuses, daycares, bars, private property and sports stadiums! Write your Representative here: https://actionnetwork.org/letters/21918mm?source=website Don’t know your State Representative? Find out here: http://www.house.mo.gov/legislatorlookup.aspx HB 1936 would weaken restrictions on people bringing concealed guns into public college campuses, private schools, bars, daycares, casinos, and sports stadiums. Currently only trained, designated security can carry concealed weapons on college campuses and private elementary and secondary schools. Passage of this bill would allow untraine

02/19/18 - Missouri Mondays - Tell your Rep to vote NO on HB 1936 which would allow concealed weapon

CALL TO ACTION! Tell your Rep to vote NO on HB 1936 which would allow concealed weapons on public college campuses, daycares, bars, private property and sports stadiums! Write your Representative here: https://actionnetwork.org/letters/0219/18mm?source=website Don’t know your State Representative? Find out here: http://www.house.mo.gov/legislatorlookup.aspx HB 1936 would weaken restrictions on people bringing concealed guns into public college campuses, private schools, bars, daycares, casinos, and sports stadiums. Currently only trained, designated security can carry concealed weapons on college campuses and private elementary and secondary schools. Passage of this bill would allow untrai

02/12/18 - Missouri Mondays! HB 1383 threatens the health and safety of pregnant teens. Tell your re

HB 1383 threatens the health and safety of pregnant teens. Tell your representative to vote NO! You can write a letter to your state Representative here: Write your state Representative here: https://actionnetwork.org/letters/21218mm Don’t know your State Representative? Find out here: http://www.house.mo.gov/legislatorlookup.aspx HB 1383 requires the consenting parent or guardian of a minor seeking an abortion to notify any other custodial parent or guardian in writing before the physician secures the informed written consent of the minor and consenting parent or guardian. Indivisible MO opposes HB 1383 because: Requires two-parent notification in writing prior to abortion for patients und

2/12/18 - Missouri Mondays!

CALL TO ACTION! HB 1383 threatens the health and safety of pregnant teens. Tell your representative to vote NO! Write your Representative here: https://actionnetwork.org/letters/21218mm Don’t know your State Representative? Find out here:http://www.house.mo.gov/legislatorlookup.aspx HB 1383 requires the consenting parent or guardian of a minor seeking an abortion to notify any other custodial parent or guardian in writing before the physician secures the informed written consent of the minor and consenting parent or guardian. Indivisible MO opposes HB 1383 because: Requires two-parent notification in writing prior to abortion for patients under the age of 18. Not all teenagers have relation

2/5/18 - Missouri Mondays! - Tell your Representative to restore MO Rx for over 60,000 Missourians!

Tell your Representative to restore MO Rx for over 60,000 Missourians! Write your Representative here: https://actionnetwork.org/letters/020518mm Don’t know your State Representative? Find out here: http://www.house.mo.gov/legislatorlookup.aspx Over 60,000 Missouri senior citizens lost a crucial state prescription drug benefit known as MO Rx when the legislature allowed the program to expire in July of 2017. However, in a nearly unanimous vote of 30-1 last week, the Senate passed SB 563 that would restore MO Rx assistance for low-income seniors with incomes between 85% and 185% of the federal poverty level. Indivisible MO supports SB 563 because: The MO Rx program provides low-income senior

2/5/18 - Missouri Mondays - Tell your Representative to restore MO Rx for over 60,000 Missourians!

Tell your Representative to restore MO Rx for over 60,000 Missourians! Write your Representative here: https://actionnetwork.org/letters/020518mm Don’t know your State Representative? Find out here: http://www.house.mo.gov/legislatorlookup.aspx Over 60,000 Missouri senior citizens lost a crucial state prescription drug benefit known as MO Rx when the legislature allowed the program to expire in July of 2017. However, in a nearly unanimous vote of 30-1 last week, the Senate passed SB 563 that would restore MO Rx assistance for low-income seniors with incomes between 85% and 185% of the federal poverty level. Indivisible MO supports SB 563 because: The MO Rx program provides low-income senior