Tell state lawmakers: Pass face surveillance commission recommendations

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Since 2019, the ACLU has led a highly successful campaign to pass sensible and long-overdue legislation to regulate face surveillance technology – which is dangerous and racially biased. In 2022, a bipartisan commission endorsed many of our recommendations, and the Massachusetts House enacted them in a bill.

Now, we need lawmakers to finish what they started in 2022 and pass this crucial legislation.

Urge your state lawmakers to pass a commonsense face surveillance law!

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As your constituent, I ask you to support "An Act to Implement the Recommendations of the Special Commission on Facial Recognition Technology" filed by Representatives Orlando Ramos and Dave Rogers, and Senator Creem (S.927|H.1728).

I hope you will co-sponsor this bill and urge your colleagues to pass it without delay.


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