Over the last few months, DC residents have sent emails and made phone calls to Councilmembers telling them to “vote no” on the Homeless Services Reform Amendment Act.
Over 37 organizations and community leaders sent a letter to the councilmembers asking them to “vote no.”
They tweeted; they visited and they called urging the Council to vote “NO.”
On Nov. 7th DC residents came to the Wilson Building to urge their elected representatives to vote against a bill that would only hurt people who are already suffering.
DC residents still have time to email or call their councilmembers. The Council will take the second and final vote on Tuesday, December 5th.