Keri is creating a blog to empower civic engagement.
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I'm Keri, a divorced mother of three, former surgical technologist and graduate of the Certificate of Legal Studies program at Washburn University. Having blogged for my local paper's website, I found that folks enjoyed keeping up with our Kansas state legislators and Congresspersons, but if you think about it, laws and politics regulate our lives.

They control the air we breathe, our water quality, and how we evolve as a civil society. Join me to explore issues of free speechenvironment and social justice, and I'll bring you case law from our courts that set land mark precedents to benefit humanity.

Civic engagement is my passion, and Patreon gives me a platform to inspire others to engage their law makers while allowing a small income to cover expenses. This might include fees for open records requests, but if anything here resonates with you to empower your voice, or vote, hit the Become A Patron button and throw me a dollar. I thank you for your support.

HOW TO WRITE A LETTER TO YOUR LAW MAKERS 

Like any correspondence, you want your written testimony to look professional and convey your opinion. For examples to write a business letter, try the formats available through the Purdue OWL Basic Business Letter tutorial. Getting your opinion stated is another matter, but you always want to be up front in the first paragraph as to whether or not you are an opponent, or proponent of a bill, with a repeat of your proponent, or opponent stance in the conclusion. The body should include examples to prove your opinion with citation, if quoting a source and try to keep it simple and to the point.
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When I reach fifty patrons I'll purchase video and audio equipment so that I can introduce to you some of the movers and shakers in my state's legislature.
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I'm Keri, a divorced mother of three, former surgical technologist and graduate of the Certificate of Legal Studies program at Washburn University. Having blogged for my local paper's website, I found that folks enjoyed keeping up with our Kansas state legislators and Congresspersons, but if you think about it, laws and politics regulate our lives.

They control the air we breathe, our water quality, and how we evolve as a civil society. Join me to explore issues of free speechenvironment and social justice, and I'll bring you case law from our courts that set land mark precedents to benefit humanity.

Civic engagement is my passion, and Patreon gives me a platform to inspire others to engage their law makers while allowing a small income to cover expenses. This might include fees for open records requests, but if anything here resonates with you to empower your voice, or vote, hit the Become A Patron button and throw me a dollar. I thank you for your support.

HOW TO WRITE A LETTER TO YOUR LAW MAKERS 

Like any correspondence, you want your written testimony to look professional and convey your opinion. For examples to write a business letter, try the formats available through the Purdue OWL Basic Business Letter tutorial. Getting your opinion stated is another matter, but you always want to be up front in the first paragraph as to whether or not you are an opponent, or proponent of a bill, with a repeat of your proponent, or opponent stance in the conclusion. The body should include examples to prove your opinion with citation, if quoting a source and try to keep it simple and to the point.

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