Following up on our previous post regarding HB324 the bill requiring branding of Georgia driver’s licenses with NON-CITIZENS the Georgia House Subcommittee of the Public Safety and Homeland Security Committee is meeting at 2:00 p.m. today to discuss this bill.

Please contact the members of the subcommittee with an email. In the “to” column cut and paste:
eddie.lumsden@house.ga.gov; micah.gravley@house.ga.gov; gerald.greene@house.ga.gov; mack.jackson@house.ga.gov; mike.glanton@house.ga.gov; j.collins@house.ga.gov; alanpowell23@hotmail.com; eddie.lumsden@house.ga.gov

And in the “cc” column add Speaker David Ralston david.ralston@house.ga.gov and your Georgia House Representative (if not on the committee) and a subject line of “HB 324”:

Members of the Public Safety and Homeland Security Subcommittee,

Please hold HB 324 without further action and publicly take a stand in vocal opposition to all current and forthcoming anti-immigration bills. HB 324, and bills like it, are an anathema to Georgia’s founding and our longstanding reputation for hospitality. I welcome all newcomers, including refugees and immigrants, to Georgia and to my community and expect the state legislature to reflect those same ideals.

Thank You,

Your Name
123 Main Street
Atlanta, GA 31234

(Remember to change Your Name and address to your name.)

Don’t forget to register for the New American’s Celebration on March 7, 2017 at the Georgia State Capitol and order your CRSA t-shirt (100% of proceeds go to support the work of the CRSA).

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