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CASE Act-ion #1: Join Tweet Campaign in Support of HR 2426 (the CASE Act)

By May 9, 2019 May 16th, 2019 Advocacy, Small Claims Report

Our first advocacy action in support of the CASE Act 2019 is a TWEET campaign to House Judiciary Committee members.

The CASE Act was introduced in the House and Senate on May 1, 2019. With the introduction being the first step in the legislative process, there is much work yet to do to in the campaign to get the bill passed. We need to continue messaging members of Congress to tell them that the CASE Act legislation is important to small creators as it provides a much-needed remedy to address infringement with the establishment of a small claims tribunal.

Need more information about CASE Act before you take action? See Why Support HR2426 (the CASE Act)?

In this initial CASE Act Tweet campaign, House Judiciary Committee members who are sponsors or co-sponsors of the bill will be receiving a Thank You tweet from you. Those include sponsors Reps. Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) and Doug Collins (R-GA), and co-sponsors House Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-NY), and Reps. Hank Johnson (D-GA), Martha Roby (R-AL), Judy Chu (D-CA), Ted Lieu (D-CA), Ben Cline (R-VA), and Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA).

The other thirty-four House Judiciary Committee members will be receiving a Become a CASE Act Sponsor tweet from you. See entire list of House Judiciary Committee members.

Upon clicking the button below, you will be redirected to the ASMP advocacy campaign page sponsored by Phone2Action, where you will be asked to enter some basic information (name, email, phone number, zip code). This information will be automatically entered into the ASMP advocate database that provides us with the ability to track our campaign activity and see which member messages are getting to which legislators so we can adjust our campaign efforts to maximize the impact of our member communications.

After you click on the Post Tweets button in the advocacy campaign to send messages to House Judiciary Committee members, an “Authorize app” box will appear for your authorization to post tweets from your Twitter account. You can also choose to opt out of receiving campaign text messages. If you have any questions, please send to advocacy@asmp.org.

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