Call Senator Klein To Pass Women’s Equality Act Today!


Folks, let’s face it. When it comes to equality, we’re still living in the dark ages and women still are our unequal partners.

Please take a quick moment of your time and call Senator Klein and urge to pass WEA!!

Here’s a handy script of a sample message and feel free to use! Calls do work!

Sample message for calling legislators:

Hello, I’d like to leave a message for Senator/Assemblymember_________. My name is ____________ and I am a constituent who lives in [your neighborhood or town]. I want to see the Women’s Equality Act passed this legislative session.

Thank you!

Let’s Pass the WEA TODAY!

The Final Hours in the Fight to Pass the WEA! Assembly passes all 10 Points!

On Thursday the Women’s Equality Coalition rallied in Albany, fighting in the final hours of the legislative session to pass the Women’s Equality Act. Our coalition has given our full support to this bill for months, and time is nearly out.

WEA passed in the Assembly on Thursday and now it is on to the Senate for a vote on Friday.
We’re calling on the Republicans and Independent Democratic Caucus to bring all 10 planks of the WEA to the Senate floor for a vote.  We want every Senator’s vote on the record and see where they truly stand on women’s equality. 

We have been discussing this bill for months. The time for debate is over. The time to vote is now.

Help Pass the Women’s Equality Act! 

1. Call Senators
Sen Klein:

Sen Skelos:
(518) 455-3171





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