Contact Your Legislators And Ask Them Not To Override The Governor's Veto On Eviction Bill SEA 148 During This COVID-19 Winter
As we enter into the heart of winter and one of the most dangerous periods of the pandemic, it is more important than ever that people are able to stay in their homes. Given the critical importance of rental housing to about a third of Hoosiers, especially during a continuing public health crisis, we can't afford to increase evictions and the resulting homelessness in Indiana. Please urge your state legislators NOT to overturn Gov. Holcomb's veto of Eviction Bill SEA 148 during this COVID-19 winter.
The bill provides broad language giving landlords the ability to overrule local guidelines regarding rental agreements. This would lead to increased evictions during the COVID pandemic. By vetoing the bill, Gov. Holcomb keeps in place protections to help families who have lost their jobs or are experiencing economic hardship from being kicked out of their homes during this cold and deadly time.
You can help keep families in their homes this winter in less than a minute. Send an email or call you legislators quickly and easily by CLICKING HERE. Simply click on the box on the left hand side of the page with the the heading asking legislators to oppose overriding the veto. This will take you to a page where you can either email or call your legislators.
To send an email, all you have to do is fill in your contact information which will allow the system to automatically find your legislators, and then you'll be shown a prewritten email that you can send to all your legislator at once. You do have the ability to personalize the email message or you can simply use the template provided and just hit Send Message.
The other option is to call your legislators offices. To do this you simply use the same link above, enter your contact information, and then select the Call option as opposed to Email. This will provide you will the phone numbers for each of your legislators so you don't have to search for them.