Ok, first: it doesn't hurt to keep letting the Governor know we are not happy. And SB941 can still be fought in other ways. But stopping it in the legislature was a defeat for us. Time to regroup and do an after action review (It might also help with the remaining bills this session): My first questions: 1) What do you think were the top 3 (or 5) reasons lawmakers gave or had for voting YES on SB941? 2) Did we/you have an effective response? 3a) If we did, was the response in a timely manner, well-thought out, supported, and/or communicated effectively? 3b) If not, why? 4) What would you do differently next time? I've got more questions/topics I think we should think about. But I think this is a good start without getting to long. Edit: I didn't include things like $75,000 donations. But wanted to try and focus on things we think we can control and influence.