|CASE Act 50 States in 20 Days Campaign|
As you know, H.R. 2426 and S. 1273, the Copyright Alternative in Small-Claims Enforcement Act (CASE Act) of 2019 is being considered in the U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate. This important legislation will create a copyright small claims court for creators and small business owners who can’t afford to protect their copyrighted works in federal court. After many years of pushing for this bill, it will finally be voted on by Congress! For more information about the CASE Act, go to CASE Act Central.
To get this bill passed, we need your support as there are NO current CASE Act sponsors from Minnesota. You can send emails/ tweets, and/or phone your Senators and Representatives. Whichever action(s) you choose below, the mission for this campaign is to fill Congressional inboxes with communications about the importance of the CASE Act in a brief period of time. So please take action within the next 48 hours to let them know you support the CASE Act, and that you want them to show their support by co-sponsoring this critical bill.
EMAIL/TWEET SENATORS & REPRESENTATIVES
To optimize your advocacy reach, we have made it easy for you to send one email/tweet to ALL the Minnesota Representatives and Senators who have not yet become co-sponsors of the CASE Act by clicking on the button below.
PHONE SENATORS & REPRESENTATIVES Your phone message to Senators and Representatives can be as simple as: “I support the CASE Act and urge you to co-sponsor this critical legislation.”
You can reach them as follows:
SenatorsSenator Tina Smith: The Senator has NOT yet co-sponsored the CASE Act. Please contact her within the next 48 hours to urge her to co-sponsor and support the bill! Call the Senator’s DC Office: (202) 224-5641.
Senator Amy Klobuchar: The Senator has NOT yet co-sponsored the CASE Act. Please contact her within the next 48 hours to urge her to co-sponsor and support the bill! Call the Senator’s DC Office: (202) 224-3244.
Representatives To find the telephone number for a Representative, go to contactingcongress.org, type in a zip code, and a Representative will appear in the list. Scroll down to Representative detail to find the telephone number for the Representative.