NEW TIME Office Visits to Senators Hirono and Schatz Feb 21

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Indivisible To Resume Office Visits to Our Members of Congress

We will begin with: 
Senator Schatz 12:30pm Feb 21
Senator Hirono 1:30pm Feb 21


Prince Kuhio Federal Building
300  Ala Moana Blvd.

Visiting the offices of Hawaii’s Members of Congress (MOC’s) is how Indivisible Hawaii began in February 2017.  Covid ended that outreach. It’s time to re-engage with  our MOC’s and/or their staff in person.  Here are some  of the key areas of  interest we plan to raise:

1.  Supreme Court Reform- S.4188 – Supreme Court Ethics, Recusal, and Transparency Act of 2022
2.  Media, Democracy and Disinformation
3.  Women’s Access to Healthcare on Neighbor Islands
4.  Gun Safety
5.  The Environment

NEW TIME:  Meet at the Ala Moana Blvd entrance of the Prince Kuhio Federal Building around 12:15pm.  You will need a photo ID.  Usually there is adequate metered street parking nearby.

Hope to see  you  on Tuesday, February  21st!


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