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Bill Evaluators Needed!

Today we act.
Today we act.

The Legislative session starts next week and over 100 education bills have already been submitted with another 100 likely lying in wait.

We need your help!

If a few people from each legislative district step forward and read some of the bills authored by their Representative and Senator, then each volunteer would have only a handful of bills to evaluate.  

We’ve come up with a simple process to make evaluations as easy as possible. To begin, simply contact us for your assignment, download and open the UACC Bill Evaluation Form and Instructions: How to Evaluate a Bill in 5 Steps . Then follow the Instructions contained therein. We encourage you to begin now!

Let us reassure you that evaluations don’t need to be perfect, we know you are not a lawyer and don’t expect you to know everything. Multiple people will be evaluating each bill, so if you miss something someone else will likely pick up on it. If you have any questions we will be supporting each-other in UACC’s Facebook Group!

To Begin:

1)Use our Contact Us page to volunteer. Tell us how many bills you will do and we’ll email you back an assignment .

1)Download the Instructions: How to Evaluate a Bill in 5 Steps

2)Download the UACC Bill Evaluation Form

3)Please complete and submit your evaluations by Monday, February 3rd.