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Utah! We Need Your Help with Securing Your Senators’ Support of the CASE Act!

By July 15, 2019 July 17th, 2019 Advocacy, Small Claims Report

Senators Lee and Romney want to hear from Utah creators and small business owners.

As you may know, the Senate Judiciary Committee has recently moved quickly on the CASE Act bill, and  has scheduled a mark-up meeting of the CASE Act bill (S. 1273) for Thursday, July 18th @10:00amET. According to information that ASMP Executive Director, Tom Kennedy, has received in discussions on Capitol Hill, Senator Lee (R-UT) specifically wants to hear from Utah creators/small business owners on the CASE Act before he considers co-sponsoring the bill. For more information about the CASE Act, go to CASE Act Central.

If you live, work, study, or know anyone who lives, works, or studies in Utah, we need your help in securing the Utah Senators’ support of the CASE Act. As Senator Lee is a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, charged along with 19 other SJC members with passing the CASE Act bill ( S.1273) out of the SJC Committee, and onto the Senate floor for a vote by the full Senate, this makes his support of the CASE Act critical.

We have made it very easy for you and others to tell Senator Lee and Senator Romney what the CASE Act means to creators in Utah.

Just CLICK the button below, and it will direct you to a pre-formatted email and tweet, that you can personalize, and send to the Senators letting them know how important the CASE Act is to Utah creators/small business owners.

Additionally, any non-creator person living, working, or studying in Utah can also participate in this campaign to urge Senators Lee and Romney to support the CASE Act. So, please forward to your networks who may live, work, study, and play in Utah – as the greater number of emails and tweets that are sent to the Utah Senators’ inboxes from Utah constituents, the better for the CASE Act!

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