Step #2

Email Council Members

You can send an email to each City Council member individually and express briefly your concerns on Ordinance 31-21.

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Email Step #1

For the Council members who have not publicly opposed 31-21, draft an email as follows:

Dear West Lafayette City Council Member,

Please vote NAY on Ordinance 31-21.

Your definition of conversion therapy would infringe on parental rights, religious freedom, and minors liberties. Ordinance 31-21 defines conversion therapy as "any practices or treatments that seek to change an individual's sexual orientation or gender identity" & "counseling" as "techniques used to help individuals...make decisions relating to personal growth, vocational, family, and other interpersonal concerns.” This broad and ambiguous definition infringes on individuals’, parents’, and religious persons’ rights to seek counsel from whatever source they desire or to “help individuals…make decisions” based upon their personal convictions.

Not Opposed to 31-21

David Sanders
Kathy Parker
Shannon Kang
Larry Leverenz
Nick DeBoer
Peter Bunder
James Blanco
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Email Step #2

For the Council members who have publicly opposed 31-21, draft an email as follows:

Dear West Lafayette City Council Members,

Thank you for choosing to vote NAY on Ordinance 31-21.

I support you all the way! David Sanders’s definition of conversion therapy would infringe on parental rights, religious freedom, and minors liberties. Ordinance 31-21 defines conversion therapy as "any practices or treatments that seek to change an individual's sexual orientation or gender identity" & "counseling" as "techniques used to help individuals...make decisions relating to personal growth, vocational, family, and other interpersonal concerns.” This broad and ambiguous definition infringes on individuals’, parents’, and religious persons’ rights to seek counsel from whatever source they desire or to “help individuals…make decisions” based upon their personal convictions.

Opposed to 31-21

Gerald Thomas
Jeff Brown
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You can help defeat 31-21! The steps listed are simple and easy to follow for all those who are concerned about 31-21.