Tuition Equity SB 742 Senate VOTE Tuesday, March 29th

The OR Senate has scheduled a *vote on Tuition Equity SB 742 for this coming
Tuesday, March 29th at the 11:00 am* chamber session.  Please come watch
this exciting vote at the Capitol.  Its important to show our support and
keep up the momentum as we move forward.  Let me know if you are able to
come and if you need a ride.

The Senate looks favorable at this point, so hopefully it will be a fun vote
to watch. Thank you to everyone who has called your senators in support of
Tuition Equity, and if you haven’t called yet there is still time to call
before they vote on Tuesday.

Thank You!



*Please call your State Senator TODAY and tell them you support Tuition
Equity SB 742 and would like them to support it, too. To contact your

Senator, go to<>

call 1-800-332-2313and ask for them by name.*

Tell them,
“*I support Senate Bill 742 Tuition Equity because access to affordable
higher education is important for the future of ALL Oregon students and for
Oregon’s economy.  It capitalizes on Oregon’s investment in K-12 students,
and requires students to pursue citizenship.  This will boost the education
level of Oregon’s Workforce. For this reason, I hope you will support SB 742
and vote “Yes” when it comes up for a vote.*”

*After you call your State Senator, please call one of the undecided
Senators listed below and tell them their vote matters for the future of
Oregon’s young people and our state’s economic future.*

Senator Monnes Anderson (D- Gresham) 503-986-1725
Senator Winters (R-Salem) 503-986-1710
Senator Verger (D-Coos Bay) 503-986-1705
Senator Boquist (R-Dallas) 503-986-1712
Senator Girod (R-Stayton) 503-986-1709
Senator Johnson (D-Scappose) *503-986-1716*

Senator Olsen (R-Albany) 503-986- <503-986-1415>1720
Senator Telfer (R-Bend) 503-986-1727
Senator Whitsett (R-Klamath Falls) 503-986-1728

Natalie Patrick-Knox
Portland Organizer,CAUSA
(503) 915-5701

CAUSA, Oregon’s Immigrant Rights Coalition, is the largest Hispanic civil
and human rights and advocacy organization in the Pacific Northwest