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    Four Brilliant Lobbying Tools

    By HEF Admin | June 6, 2005

    Emails to MPs

    Click the link below to send an email to any or to all MPs!

    Come here often to lobby the MPs on various issues.

    Start by telling them to dump the current Bill to repeal Section 59. The Bill’s title is: “Crimes (Abolition of Force as a Justification for Child Discipline) Amendment Bill”.



    http://www.betterdemocracy.co.nz/email_mps.php – THIS LINK IS WORKING AGAIN

    OR A List of all the MPs

    All MPs phone numbers

    All MPs phone numbers… Please spread this around

    Letters to Editors

    Click on one of the links below for good information to help with sending letters to the editor and ringing talk back shows.




    Large Newspapers are not likely to print from this mass distribution. Send individual emails to the larger Newspapers:
    The Dominion Post
    *email letters@dompost.co.nz
    *Fax (04) 474-0350

    “Making a Submission to a Parliamentary Select Committee”

    Have Your Say ….. on the Crimes(Abolition of Force as a Justification for Child Discipline) Amendment Bill

    Call for submissions from the Justice & Electoral Committee re Bill

    Select Committee Office Tel 04-471-9999
    and see publication “Making a Submission to a Parliamentary Select Committee” on website:


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