WFSA remains committed to ensuring our voice is at the table during this important legislative session. Far too many people in Arizona are living too close to poverty and struggle to support their families and livelihood. It is more important than ever that we double down on our commitment to advocate for women and girls.
Track bills that WFSA supports or opposes. These are pieces of legislation that impact women, girls and marginalized identities in Arizona.
Stay informed on state issues affecting women and children. The Women’s Equity Network (WE Network) will keep you updated on timely Arizona legislative updates, WFSA supported bills, and opportunities to participate in advocacy. When WFSA takes a position on an issue, you’ll receive WE Network action alerts on how you can make an impact.
Advocates who have an account under the Request to Speak (RTS) system will be able to register their support (or opposition) for legislation that is being considered during the legislative session. Use of the RTS system does not mean you actually have to speak in support or opposition for a bill. WFSA is working with its lobbying team, Goodman Schwartz Public Affairs (GSPA), to create RTS accounts for WFSA advocates. GSPA will need your name and email address to set up your RTS account.
Learn more and submit your information here to have an account created for you!
Legislators want to hear from their constituents and it is important for your voice and experience to be heard. This link will help you find out who your legislators are. When contacting your Legislator it is important to let them know you are their constituent and clearly communicate your experience or story. Using data and facts to accompany your story or experience is impactful.
We will join together as a movement to let our voice and choice be heard. Throughout the 2023 Legislative Session, WFSA will provide opportunities to show your support or concern about legislation and policies at our State Capitol.
Send us a note about your concerns regarding current legislation and policies.