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Help Pass Senate Bill 269

Here are steps to help support to pass Senate Bill 269- Senator Menéndez Medical Cannabis Bill: Step 1. Look up your Legislators http://tinyurl.com/CallTxLege Step 2. Call your Legislators! Step 3. Use This Script: "Hi, my name is ____. I'm your constituent and I live at_____. Please support SB 269 to allow chronically ill Texans safe and legal access to medical cannabis if their doctor recommends it. Cannabis is a legitimate medicine that can help people like Veterans with PTSD or a grandmother suffering with cancer. I support SB 269 because ... (tell your story). Please ask (insert legislator name) to support SB 269 to help sick Texans get medicine.  Step 4: Tweet Me @Menendez4Texas so I can thank you for your advocacy. Share this information with friends and family. Thank you! … Read More...

Help Pass David’s Law and Stop Cyberbullying

Here are steps to help support to pass David's Law and stop cyberbullying: Step 1. Look up your Legislators here http://tinyurl.com/CallTxLege Step 2. Call your Legislators! Step 3. Use This Script: "Hi, my name is ____. I'm your constituent and I live at______. Please support SB 179 & HB 306 also known as David's Law. This bill would protect our children from cyberbullying. I support David's Law because ... (tell your story). Please ask (insert legislator name) to support these bills. We're counting on him/her to protect our children." Step 4: Tweet Me at @Menendez4Texas so I can thank you for your advocacy. Share this information with friends and family. Thank you! For more information visit www.davidslegacy.org Save … Read More...

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This morning's horrific discovery and reckless disregard of those involved in the criminal act of human trafficking is a brutal reminder that comprehensive immigration reform would reduce horrible tragedies like this one. This global issue is senseless, disappointing, tragic, and preventable. It is enraging that our country's leaders could do so much more to help prevent this continuous widespread crime. Thank you to Police Chief William McManus and Fire Chief Charles Hood for their responses. Thank you to the Walmart employees as well for their quick actions in calling authorities to do a welfare check on the suspicious activities that they witnessed. We will continue to pray for the victims and follow the details of this tragedy as they unfold. #Menendez4TX

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Honored to speak at Jaime Martinez, my valued friend and mentor's funeral mass. He touched so many lives and fought for so many who needed his advocacy. He maintained the legacy of Cesar Chavez through his actions and his words. #Menendez4TX Cesar E. Chavez Legacy & Educational Foundation ... See MoreSee Less

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Senator José Menéndez Files Bill Protecting Voters From “Election Integrity” Commission’s Request for Personal Data

Austin, Texas – State Senator José Menéndez has filed Senate Bill 101: The Voter Information Privacy Act to protect Texas voters from losing the privacy and security of their personal information to a campaign of voter suppression and disenfranchisement. The so-called “voter fraud” commission was created to protect the integrity of our election system, but is actually compiling an unprecedented, unprotected national database with an undefined purpose for its use. Currently, forty-five states and the District of Columbia - both red and blue states - have all either refused to release any of the requested voter data or will only provide a portion of voter information to the Commission that is already in the public domain.

The following quote is attributed to Senator José Menéndez:

“Instead of pursuing baseless claims of voter fraud and intimidating American voters through a national hit list, we should be focusing our efforts on modernizing our voting systems and strengthening voter access to the polls. A reported 93 million eligible voters in the 2016 presidential election did not vote. Rather than discourage these potential voters by exposing their private information to cybercriminals and those who would single them out, we should be trying to engage these eligible voters through inclusion.”

“We have a duty to protect Texas voters from the dangerous consequences of releasing personal data to unspecified third parties, and restricting their vote." #Menendez4TX #txlege
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