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How to pass the bill

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Call and email your state legislators

Asking your state legislators for change is simple. If you see a bill number when clicking on your state on the map below, first call your state senator and state rep using these instructions. Then also email both of them.

Calling
  1. Find your state legislators.
  2. Call and ask them to sign onto the bill. Legislators care most about what their own constituents want so they can get re-elected. So if you live in the district of the legislator you’re calling, let whoever answers the phone know that upfront. Tell whoever answers the phone “Hi! My name is (YOUR NAME). I live in (NAME OF YOUR TOWN). I’m calling to ask (NAME OF THE LEGISLATOR) to sign onto (BILL NUMBER — SEE THE MAP BELOW), the Dignity At Work Act.” They may ask you your address.
  3. Ask others to do the same.
Emailing
  1. Click on the red icon on your state on the map below.
  2. Click on the action to “ask your state legislators to move this bill forward” and follow the steps.
  3. Ask others to do the same.

Spread the word 

Teachers, nurses, government workers, and workers in the non-profit sector are the most likely to get bullied at work, but bullying can happen anywhere. 

Share this flyer with workers to spread the word about workplace bullying and the Dignity At Work Act.

Post flyers around your nearest city and take photos of them for social media using #NotDyingForWork.

Introduce the bill in your state

To introduce the Dignity At Work Act in your state, watch this hour-long video on how to get started and email info@dignityatworkact.org.

To help out in your state, submit your information:

Orange = Active bill

Blue = Active state team

Gray = No team. Email info@dignityatworkact.org to start one. We’ll walk you through the process.

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