As advocates for children, we must be part of the process of making the law. Below you’ll find resources that we hope you’ll find helpful in being a good advocate for children, including contact information so you can reach out yourself to state and federal legislators, as well as a detailed look at what Voices is following during the state legislative session.
- Learn About Child Well-being in Georgia
- From Under the Gold Dome
- From the Nation’s Capital
Learn About Child Well-being in Georgia
From Under the Gold Dome
Legislation We’re Following
Every year, Voices follows hundreds of child-related bills as they work their way from the hopper to the floor. We cover each of these bills in our weekly Legislative Updates.
2020 Legislative Session
Polly’s Two Minute Take
Don’t have time to read through hundreds of pieces of legislation? Advocacy Director Polly McKinney summarizes the past week under the Gold Dome in just two(ish) minutes.
Get to Know Georgia’s Lawmakers
Voices sat down with Georgia legislators to discuss a myriad of issues that are important to them in two video series:
Please note: all of these videos were recorded prior to the 2021 Legislative Session and are therefore dated in terms of policy priorities and current issues.
Federal COVID-19 Response Legislation
Congress and the Executive Branch have done much since early March to pass laws that support Americans during the coronavirus pandemic that has killed tens of thousands and left millions out of work. Below is our analysis on some of the work that’s been done in Washington, D.C.