One of the key steps to standing up for your rights to the illegal and coercive medical mandates in colleges and the work place is to engage our employees (legislators) to take the right action.
Melanie O'Neill Dragone, of the independent and non-partisan group, New Jersey Public Health Innovation Political Action Committee (NJPhiPAC), will take us step-by-step on how to:
* find the legislators who represents us
* connect with them and build a relationship
* educate them to help them help us
This forum is designed to give you the confidence to have these pivotal conversations so you can be part of the necessary change to ensure our students are not coerced into taking a pharmaceutical product when they don't want to. It's ok to say, "no". This conversation helps you do that.
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