The 2018 legislative session in Springfield offers an opportunity to for our state to advance critical civil liberties issues, including measures addressing net neutrality, collecting and reporting data about traffic stops by police, protecting voting rights, expanding spaces for parents to pump breastmilk and assuring fairness in the college application process.
You can learn about our agenda and how you can be part of the process, by participating in a phone call with Khadine Bennett, Director of the Advocacy and Intergovernmental Affairs at the ACLU on Wednesday, April 4 at 7:00 p.m.
Please contact Rachel Walton with any questions or concerns at 312-201-9740.
Participants will receive a call from Stones Phones, our communication technology partner, at the start of the event. When you answer the call, you will be connected to the tele-town hall. Participants will have the opportunity to submit questions to a moderator during the call by using the touchtone keypad on their phones.