You have an opportunity to weigh in on an excellent bill – HB919, the Protect Young Minds Online Act. The bill is sponsored by Rep. Doug Richey (R- Excelsior Springs) and is set to be heard in the General Laws Committee on Monday, March 29.
Thank you, Rep. Curtis Trent (R-Springfield), Chairman of the General Laws Committee, for scheduling this hearing so quickly!
- Please go here and voice your support of HB919. You can mark in support of the bill or go ahead and submit written testimony. The important thing is for the General Laws Committee members to hear from as many Missourians as possible in support of the Protect Young Minds Online Act. After you submit your testimony, be sure to check your email inbox for the confirmation of receipt of your testimony.
- Send a quick email of thanks to Rep. Trent in appreciation for scheduling the hearing quickly. His email address is [email protected].
This action must be done by 3:00 p.m. on Monday, March 29. If you cannot submit your online support by the deadline, please contact the following representatives and let them know you support HB 919.
- Curtis Trent (R-Springfield): 573-751-0136 or [email protected]
- Phil Christophanelli (R-St. Peters), Chairman of Rules – Legislative Oversight Committee: 573-751-2949 or [email protected]
Be sure to forward this information to family and friends.
Please pray for the members of the House General Laws Committee to do the right thing. Please pray for Rep. Doug Richey as he carries the Protect Young Minds Online Act. Please pray for God to intervene and change the hearts and minds of those who are not normally interested in doing the tough thing to protect young minds.
Learn more about the Protect Young Minds Online Act here.