What to do if your proposal to make changes to a bill fails? Kim emphasizes on trying again! #TipTuesday #NADLegislativeTip
[VIDEO DESC & TRANSCRIPT: Kim is standing in the NAD Headquarters lobby. The NAD logo is at the upper right corner.
“LEGISLATIVE TIPS” appears in white text inside a blue border box, “WITH KIM” is a transparent text inside a small white box.
KIM: Not all bills get passed on the first try. It depends on the opposition. When a bill fails, you’d have to re-evaluate to make changes to the proposal.
A freeze frame of Kim with ‘figure out’ sign in pixelated blue overlay and gray background. Below Kim’s hands are black text “RE-EVALUATE” in white banner.
KIM: However, sometimes a bill will pass the first time, it just depends on the state’s legislators and their goals, their vision, their budget, their compassion, and the timing. While a bill can pass the first time, other proposals may take a couple of tries and years to get it passed. The most important thing to remember is to never give up!
A freeze frame of Kim with ‘go ahead’ sign in pixelated blue overlay and gray background. Below Kim’s hands are black text “MEET YOUR LEGISLATOR TODAY” in white banner. Video cuts to grey background with the NAD logo quickly changing in different bright colors from teal to white to black to hot pink to green to orange to teal to yellow to purple to finally the official NAD logo with copyright text underneath “The National Association of the Deaf (c) 2019 All Rights Reserved”.]
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