Give Pennsylvania unrestricted HB 1978 a hearing!
Monday, August 16, 2010:
“Contact Chairman Oliver Day for Adoptee Rights”
HB 1978 is a short, simply written bill to restore the right of all Pennsylvania adoptees to their original birth certificates without restriction. For months, the bill has been stalled, with no hearings, in the House Health and Human Services Committee chaired by Rep. Frank Louis Oliver.
To move this bill into hearings, Pennsylvania Adoptee Rights (PAR) is sponsoring “Contact Chairman Oliver Day”–a day dedicated to asking Rep. Oliver to schedule hearings.
Read about Pennsylvania’s current access laws here.
Read the entire PAR action alert here.
You do not have to be from Pennsylvania to help. Please join activist around the country and contact Rep. Oliver. Messages shouldn’t take more than two sentences.
Call, fax, or email Rep. Oliver now.
Pennsylvania House Health and Human Services
PO Box 202195
Harrisburg, PA 17120-2195
Bastard Nation is not affiliated with PAR and HB 1978 is not a Bastard Nation bill. We, however, support the action and endorse the bill as it is currently written, and will continue to do so as long as it remains clean.