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Call to Action

Karen Bass Town Hall

Please join me on Saturday, June 17 from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM at Emerson Community Charter School (1650 Selby Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90024) for my meeting: “Congressional Conversation: Westwood”

I have been visiting neighborhoods all across the 37th Congressional District, and now I am headed to meet with you and your neighbors in Westwood. This meeting will be an opportunity to meet you, listen to your concerns about your community, and discuss what is happening in Washington, DC.

RSVP today at bass.house.gov/wwcc or 323-965-1422.

WHO: Congressmember Karen Bass
WHAT: Congressional Conversation: Westwood
WHERE:
Emerson Community Charter School
1650 Selby Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90024

WHEN: Saturday, June 17 from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

May 26 – SB 201

Things are heating up! We received the following from the UC Student-Workers Union this morning:

Yesterday, SB 201 – our bill to allow Research Assistants (including GSRs) to Unionize – was removed from the Appropriations suspense file and approved on a party line vote of 5-2. This means that within the next 8 days it will be up for a vote in the full Senate!
This is great news, but it is just the second hurdle out of seven that we need to pass – so we need to continue to apply pressure on Sacramento.

Please take some time today or early next week to find your CA Senator and call on them to support SB 201. A sample script is below. And don’t forget to fill out our pledge and get your friends to do so as well!

CALL YOUR SENATOR:
Figure out who your Senator is here.
Script:
“Hello, my name is ___________________ and I am a [[graduate student/research assistant/etc.]] at _______________. I am constituent of the Senator living in ______________ and I am calling in support of SB 201: the Research Assistants Right to Bargain bill, and to encourage the Senator to approve this bill when it comes to the Senate Floor next week.”

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