Ask CA legislators to pass SB 183 and keep ICE out of State buildings. Deadline Sept. 15!

(Photos from http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-romulo-avelica-deportation-20170731-story.html)

Minimal Script: I’m calling from [__] and I’m asking my Rep [__] and Sen. [__] to vote YES on SB 183 (“State buildings: federal immigration agents” Act) before the legislative deadline of Sept. 15th.

More Script if you want it: This bill would make schools, state-owned buildings and college campuses off-limits to federal immigration agents and would force officers to get warrants before they visit public sites for surveillance or arrests. Our neighbors need this to feel safe in their daily lives.

Hannah-Beth Jackson: SAC (916) 651-4019, SB (805) 965-0862, OX (805)988-1940
Monique Limón: (CA-37): SAC (916) 319-2037, SB (805) 564-1649, VTA (805) 641-3700
Not your people? Not sure?http://www.phoneyourrep.com

This is it, folks. The last week.

(This is from Julie Diaz Martinez of Indivisible Conejo)

Please make calls to both Governor Brown and target Assemblymembers by using 1-844-336-0046 (a number that automatically connects people to their target Assembly members or Gov. Brown, depending on their zip code)

Also, please share this image on social media outlets.  Click here to tweet the number.

If this isn’t done by Sept. 15th, and signed by Governor Brown by Oct. 15th, it will be  held over until the next year!

ICE, however, won’t be taking a break.

Call.

If you can’t be in Sacramento standing beside us, flood their phone lines!

Script for Gov. Brown: My name is ___ and I’m calling to ask Governor Brown to support a strong California Values Act, SB 54, in its most visionary form. We cannot use California’s resources to help the Trump administration deport our comunity members.
Call: 916-445-2841

Script for your Assemblymember: “Hi, I’m calling from [zip code] and I would like to  ask Assemblymember [___]  to support a strong SB 54, the California Values Act, in its most visionary form. California must lead and protect our immigrant communities against increasing attacks from Trump’s deportation machine, whether it’s the pardon of racist Sheriff Joe Arpaio or canceling DACA.

Assemblymember Monique Limón: (CA-37): SAC (916) 319-2037, SB (805) 564-1649, VTA (805) 641-3700
@AsmMoniqueLimon, https://twitter.com/AsmMoniqueLimon

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