As House members return back to the Legislature for the start of the second half of the biennium, it is an excellent time to plan a trip to the Capitol to voice how you feel on any number of important issues.
But that is often times easier said than done.
All those questions and many more are answered in our new series entitled “Point Made: Testifying at the House.”
The three part video series is designed to equip you with the confidence to state your case in front of House members during a committee meeting.
We hope as members get set to address a number of important, expected bills including those on capital investment, minimum wage and online privacy protections, you speak up and let legislators know what you are thinking.
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