Thank your Legislators for Supporting SB 818!

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SB 818 passed this session, creating personal health and safety standards for grades K-5 and updating and expanding comprehensive sexual health education standards in grades 6-12 to give young people the information and tools they need to be safe and support responsible and informed decision making about their health and well-being throughout their lives.

Thank your legislators who voted for the Keeping Youth Safe and Healthy Act.
If your legislators did not vote in support of SB 818 a message will not be sent.

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State Senator and State Representative who voted for SB 818

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Thank you for voting for comprehensive and inclusive sex education!

As your constituent I write to share my deep appreciation for your support of the passage of the Keeping Youth Safe and Healthy Act (SB 818) during the past legislation session. With your support of this bill, more young people in our state will have access to the most current and comprehensive personal health and safety, and sexual health education in order to make healthy decisions throughout their lives.

Our previous standards for sexual health education are antiquated and outmoded. They are not serving all students by providing the information they need.

The Keeping Youth Safe and Healthy Act (SB 818) addresses this deficit by creating personal health and safety standards for grades K-5. It also updates and expands comprehensive sexual health education standards in grades 6-12 to give young people the information and tools they need to be safe and support responsible and informed decision making about their health and well-being throughout their lives.

Your ‘yes’ vote ensured these new standards can provide young people in Illinois with a full toolbox of knowledge and skills. Thank you for your support of Keeping Youth Safe and Healthy Act.

Sincerely,

[First Name] [Last Name]

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