Appropriations Committee Actions
The Domestic Workers Bill of Rights will have its Senate Appropriations Committee Hearing this Monday August 15th. The Appropriations Committee is responsible on analyzing the fiscal impact of our bill. Our bill was placed in suspense during the Assembly Appropriations Committee Hearing.
We NEED to show the Senators that supporting AB889 the Domestic Workers Bill or Rights is a step forward in supporting shared economic prosperity and growth. Improving this workforce means millions of Californians will be able to go to work and contribute to the economy. The standards proposed in this bill will help keep the industry above ground by creating uniform rules
Please take a moment to:
Sample Script: “I ask the Senator to support Domestic Workers Bill of Rights (AB889) in the next appropriations committee hearing. Domestic workers are the bedrock of our state’s workforce. A vote in support for AB889 is a step forward in shared economic prosperity and growth.”
Limited English: I support AB889 Domestic Workers Bill of Rights. Please ask the Senator to support this important Bill in Appropriations.
*It is important than even our English learners make calls in English* *If you are an EMPLOYER of Domestic Workers please express that on your call, it is very IMPORTANT.*
SEND A FAX
You can use this LINK to send a Fax to Appropriations
ASK YOUR FRIENDS TO MAKE CALLS
Post on Facebook: I just made a call to support the Domestic Workers Bill of Right make a make a CALL. LINK
Post on Twitter: I support the Domestic Workers Bill of Rights #Ab889. Show your support make a call. http://bit.ly/DWACT
JOIN US AT THE SACRAMENTO DELEGATIONS
We will have a delegation in Sacramento for Monday August 15th. For more information and transportation needs please contact: Claudia Reyes, 415-621-8140
We will also have a delegation to Sacramento for Monday August 22nd. For more information and transportation needs please contact: Katie Joaquin, 510-465-9876
Take action here to let the California Senate Labor Committee know that you support the Domestic Workers Bill of Rights.