More than 630 Maryland residents have contacted legislators regarding HB 1462. But there is more work to do.
We need experts and professionals to TESTIFY on Friday, March 15th, at 2 PM in Annapolis at the Ways & Means Committee Hearing. We need House Bill 1462 to pass the Maryland House and move on to the Senate. If our bill passes, we will have a statewide task force to look at the sleep needs of children and adolescents and school start times.
- Are you a pediatrician?
- Are you a child advocate?
- Are you a child/adolescent psychiatrist?
- Are you a coach?
- Are you a high school student?
- Are you a parent of a sleep deprived teen?
- Are you in educational policy?
- Are you a neuroscientist?
- Are you a teacher?
- Are you a principal?
If you can testify for 2 minutes on Friday, March 15, 2013, please reply to: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you can’t testify in person, written testimony is also welcome. Email email@example.com with your written testimony.
If you can't testify or attend the hearing, click here to email legislators with the click of a button.
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Maribel C. Ibrahim
Start School Later, Inc.