Urge Arkansas legislators to override Gov. Hutchinson’s veto

Tuesday, April 6, 2021 8:27 AM

Arkansas

Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson (R) vetoed H.B. 1570, the SAFE Act, prohibiting sex-reassignment surgery on children in Arkansas.

Please call your Arkansas state senator and representative right now and urge them to override Governor Hutchinson’s veto of H.B. 1570.

Contact your senator at 501-682-2902.

Contact your representative at 501-682-6211.

Also, take action by sending an email to your legislators urging them to override Gov. Hutchinson’s veto.

The Arkansas legislature needs to protect children from regressive liberals who insist on harming children by advocating for gender-reassignment surgeries that can leave children sterilized and scarred for life. Medical researchers don’t know the long-term effects these procedures and therapies can have on kids. That is why many people equate them with experimenting on children.

Please contact your legislators right now -- especially your state representative -- and urge them to override the governor’s veto of H.B. 1570, the SAFE Act. You can leave a phone message for your senator at 501-682-2902 and for your representative at 501-682-6211.

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