Most everything in this course is “reactive” and not “proactive” with exception to trespass notice. How do we correspond/notice members of govt or Senate (Canada) to stop a bill from becoming law? If we noticed or corresponded with them now would it be perceived as a threat or coercion on my part? Time is of the essence as the bill is before the Senate this coming week and if the bill becomes law one will need to be vaxed to access your bank account etc. I know everything is a process as Jon always says but a person could starve if waiting for the process to resolve. So how would you approach the topic of handling your public servants from a proactive point of view?
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