House Bill 366, introduced by Rep. Matthew McQueen, Rep. Christine Chandler and Rep. Roberto Gonzales, bans the use of traps, snares, and poisons on New Mexico’s public lands (unless it meets a listed exception). Read the fact sheet »
The bill may soon be voted on by the full New Mexico House of Representatives—and they need to hear from you!
Looking for more information about trapping in New Mexico? Visit TrapFreeNM.org
State Representatives need to hear from as many New Mexicans as possible urging them to vote 'YES' on House Bill 366.
Use the form below to edit the draft message and send your email.
Click below to personalize your letter. Add other facts, meaningful personal experiences, or other details that help your elected official understand why this issue important to you. Thank you for taking time to advocate for public lands safe from traps, snares and poisons!
Remember: You are one of hundreds of New Mexicans that will contact your legislators about this bill. Be sure to EDIT THE DRAFT MESSAGES BELOW so that your message is viewed as unique, original, and from your heart. Here are some tips on how to personalize your message:
Thank you for your interest in this issue and Animal Protection Voters' efforts. While this particular initiative doesn't target leaders representing your district, there are many other ways you can support us!
For example, anyone can sign our petition to ban traps on public lands! Tell your community why you support this issue by sending an email or posting a link to this petition on social media.
Or, volunteer to help spread the word to animal advocates around the state.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks again for your support!