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1. Stay Informed – sign up for NJ Vaccine Science action alerts via email, check our Advocacy Home page and our Blog for action items, follow us on Twitter, and like us on Facebook.

 

2. Call and Email your Senator and Assemblymembers – ask them to oppose bill S902/A969. Use this link to find your representatives’ phone number and send them a message.

 

3. Call and Email the Bill Sponsors: Senate President Sweeney: sensweeney@njleg.org / 856-251-9801; Assemblyman Conway  asmconway@njleg.org / (856) 461-3997

 

If you live in Legislative District 11 sign our D11 Petition to protect NJ’s RE. 

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