Declaring October 20, 2009, the National Day on Writing!
Now is the time to ask your Representative in the House to support
House Resolution 524, the resolution declaring October 20, 2009,
as the National Day on Writing!
The Resolution for a National Day on Writing has been introduced in the House of Representatives by Congresswoman Dina Titus (D-NV) and by its 27 cosponsors. House Resolution 524 (H.Res.524) has been referred to the House Committee on Education and Labor for review.
NCTE is eager for the Resolution to get to the floor for a vote. You can have a part in that move by writing to your Congressperson in the U.S. House of Representatives to ask her or him to become a cosponsor for the bill.
As of June 10, the following Representatives have signed on as original cosponsors of the resolution:
Alaska: Don Young
Arizona: Raul Grijalva
California: Barbara Lee, Lois Capps
Florida: Alan Grayson
Georgia: Sanford Bishop, John Lewis
Hawaii: Mazie Hirono
Kansas: Dennis Moore
Kentucky: John Yarmuth
Maryland: Donna Edwards
Massachusetts: James McGowan
Michigan: Vernon Ehlers, Thad McCotter
Nevada: Shelley Berkley
New Jersey: Bill Pascrell
New York: Carolyn McCarthy
North Carolina: David Price
Ohio: Steven LaTourette
Pennsylvania: Chaka Fattah, Joseph Pitts, Todd Platts, Joe Sestak
Rhode Island: Patrick Kennedy
Texas: Michael Burgess, Ciro Rodriguez, Ruben Hinojosa
Wyoming: Cynthia Lummis
Mark your calendar now for the 2010 Advocacy Day:
Thursday, April 22, 2010