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FILM INCENTIVE BILL TO BE HEARD TODAY IN OLYMPIA!

Washington Filmworks
From Amy Lillard:

We are pleased to announce that the House Ways and Means Committee has scheduled a hearing today at 5:00pm for SSB 5539, the legislation to renew the Motion Picture Competitiveness Program. This is a critical day for the legislation as it must be voted out of committee before it can be considered for a full vote on the floor of the House of Representatives. There are two important ways that you can support the lobbying effort.

Attend The Hearing
If you are available, please consider joining us in Olympia at today’s hearing. Given the busy Committee schedule, it’s unlikely that you will be able to testify at the hearing, but you can sign-in to support the legislation. To have a group of film industry professionals signing in on behalf of the legislation will speak volumes to committee members. The hearing will take place at 5:00 pm today in Senate Hearing Room 4 located in the Cherberg Building. For driving directions to Olympia and a Capital Campus please visit the following link:

Driving Directions & Campus Map

If you do plan to attend the hearing, let us know by sending an email to Info@WashingtonFilmworks.org.

Write Your Representative
If you are unable to attend the hearing today, we urge you to write your Representatives TODAY. In writing your Representatives, make sure that they are aware that SSB 5539 is scheduled today for a Hearing and Executive Action in the House Ways & Means Committee. Ask them to support the renewal of the Motion Picture Competitiveness Program.

To find your representative, please follow the link below.
http://apps.leg.wa.gov/districtfinder/default.aspx

If you receive a response from your House members, please let us know by forwarding it to Info@WashingtonFilmworks.org. With the Special Session scheduled to end on Wednesday, it is critical that you write TODAY.

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