Let's Get HB219 Out of Subcommittee
Don’t let our chances of fixing the mix in 2016 die on the vine.
HB219, which would cut the despised food ratio to 25%, will be heard first in Subcommittee #3 of the House General Laws Committee. In the frantic pace of the Virginia General Assembly, the vast majority of introduced bills die in committee or subcommittee, so for a measure to have a chance at being approved, it’s critical to get them moved forward from here.
That’s where you come in. This subcommittee will hear HB219 soon, and these delegates need to hear from you, via an email, phone call, or even both, that you support HB219 as a common-sense reform to an outdated strip of bureaucratic red tape:
- Barry Knight (81 - Virginia Beach)
- Dave Albo (42 - Springfield)
- Richard Anderson (51 - Woodbridge) DelRAnderson@house.virginia.gov
- Tag Greason (32 - Loudoun)
- Gordon Helsel (91 - Poquoson)
- Roxann Robinson (27 - Chesterfield)
- Luke Torian (52 - Dumfries)
Once you’ve gotten in touch with these delegates to let them know how you feel, sign our petition and we’ll make sure to keep you up to date via email as HB219 moves forward.