Oklahoma: HB 2634 passes House 93-0

Oklahoma clean bill HB 2634 passed the House yesterday with a 93-0 Vote. It now goes to the Senate. For more information go to the Oklahoma Open blog and Facebook. Thanks to all those Oklahomans who contacted House members!  And thanks to Reps Sherrer, Walker, McDaniel, and Hoskin for their terrific support.  We’re half-way home!  You might also want to read: Oklahoma: HB 2634–Geographically limited Action Alert Important:  please read the guidelines before you write . This is a limited action alert for those born in Oklahoma or current residents. From Pat… Rhode Island: S 478 Sub AA Passes House! A few minutes ago, Kara Foley with Access Rhode Island, posted on her FB page that S 478 Sub AA passed the House. Now on… Ohio–Breaking News–House Passes HB61 The Ohio House today voted 94-1 with 2 abstentions to pass HB61 which restores the unrestricted right of OBC access to those in Ohio adopted between January 1,… Action Alert: Write Rhode Island House Today. Support S478 SubAA PLEASE FORWARD FREELY BASTARD NATION ACTION ALERT RHODE ISLAND S 478 Sub AA Rhode Island Adoptees Need Your Help Today! House HEW vote scheduled for…

Oklahoma: HB 2634–Geographically limited Action Alert

Important:  please read the guidelines before you write . This is a limited action alert for those born in Oklahoma or current residents. From Pat Marler: Great news! HB2634 was placed on the House of Representatives Floor Calendar today! It will be heard between the 12th and the last day to be heard, the 15th. This is a clean bill with no restrictions; only a contact Preference Form which does not affect the release of the OBC.    The following are e-mail addresses for the Representatives and we want all those who were born or live in Oklahoma to please write these Representatives and tell them why passing this legislation is important to all adult adoptees born before 1997. It is a sensitive way to let a birth parent to let the adoptee know how or if she/hewants to be contacted. Also, if there is no contact wanted, the birth parent will be asked to fill out a medical and social history to be given along with the Contact Preference form to the original birth certificate. IMPORTANT:   HB 2634 sponsor Rep. Ben Scherrer  requests that  emails not be sent until  Monday morning March 12.  He wants them to be Continue Reading →