Roxy’s Law sits on Governor Lujan Grisham’s desk, ask her to sign it.
New Mexico is one signature away from trap-free public lands
We need everyone to ask Governor Lujan Grisham to sign Roxy’s Law
We are almost there—New Mexico public lands are nearly free of traps, snares, and poisons. As you hopefully have heard, “Roxy’s Law” (Senate Bill 32) passed through the state legislature two weeks ago. Now the legislation is on Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s desk awaiting her signature so it can become law.
It has taken an immense effort over many years by citizen advocates like you to get Roxy’s Law this far and we are too close to not push this over the line. Governor Lujan Grisham needs to hear from New Mexicans like you that this bill to ban trapping on public lands will usher in a brighter future for wildlife, public lands, and outdoor recreation across New Mexico.
Once you send your note to the governor, please follow up with a quick call to her office (505-476-2200) asking her to sign Roxy’s Law. You will almost certainly have to leave a message. Be polite and respectful.
Thank you for joining us in this last push for trap-free public lands in New Mexico. Together, we will do it!
For the Wild,
Chris Smith, Southern Rockies Wildlife Advocate
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