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Contact Your Legislator

 

 

 

Who is your local Legislator?

 

The first step to becoming involved is knowing who represents you and/or your community. Click here to enter your location to find your local Legislator. 

 

What ways can you become involved with your Legislator?

  • Invite them to your pharmacy or school of pharmacy for a visit to discuss issues.
  • Get them involved in the world of pharmacy.
  • Thank them for their support on an issue that affects pharmacy, for communicating with you, or for meeting with you. "Thank you’s” are especially appreciated during and just after a Legislative session.

 

Template - Thanking a Legislator for their Support

Template - Thanking a Legislator for a meeting or visit 

 

What do Legislators need from you?

 

Pharmacy depends on our Legislators to speak on our behalf, thus it is important to be aware of what can help them in return.
View Tips on What Your Legislator Needs from You

 

How do you arrange a meeting with a Legislator?

 

For many, the idea of talking with elected officials seems like a daunting task. However, Texas State Representatives and Senators appreciate hearing from their constituents. With so many issues facing them during the short time of the legislative session, they rely on the voters back home to help them sort through the important concerns facing the state. That is why it is important for the pharmacy profession across the state to be involved.

 

Tips on How to get in Contact with a Legislator

 

Tips on Meeting with a Legislator

 

What should you do after communicating with a Legislator?

 

TPA wants to know if you met with a Legislator and what issue was discussed so that we can keep track of what is important to our members. Please contact Justin Hudman at 512-836-8350 or jhudman@texaspharmacy.org.

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