CCJR Lobby Day Signup
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Need a ride on the bus coordinated through CCJR? (The bus will be leaving on Wednesday, February 4th and will arrive in Tallahassee that afternoon/evening. Dinner will be provided upon arrival. Please make accommodations to be dropped off. Only one bag per rider.) *
If you need bus pickup, please provide the city you need pickup from:
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Will you need hotel accommodations? (Please understand you may be rooming with someone else.) *
If you need hotel accommodations, would you like to apply for a room scholarship?
If you are attending with someone else and are willing to share a room with them, please list their name:
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Do you have any dietary restrictions (vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, etc)? If so, please list them below.
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Do you require accessible accommodations? *
If you require accessible accommodations, please let us know how we can support your needs:
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What size T-shirt do you wear? *
Who is your state senator? If you don't know, you can look it up here: http://www.flsenate.gov/Senators/Find *
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Who is your state representatives? If you don't know, you can look it up here: http://bit.ly/WhoIsMyREP *
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Have you ever attended your local delegation hearing or spoke before the delegation on criminal justice reform? *
Have you attended or do you plan to schedule and attend an In-District Meeting with your Legislator on our issue (85% Rule)? *
Have you attended a lobby day before? *
Your story is powerful and could truly make a difference when talking with Legislators. Are you willing to share your personal story about the effect that the 85% rule and racial disparities have had in your life as a impacted individual or family member and stress the importance of Criminal Justice Reform?
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