YOUR HELP IS NEEDED TO STOP “NO MAIL” LEGISLATION IN NEW JERSEY
Today we received an email from our New York Chapter leader Jim Prendergast, regarding proposed legislation in New Jersey that would prohibit direct mail.
“A NJ General Assembly member has introduced a bill to basically prohibit DIRECT MAIL. It’s a No Mail list idea and provides stiff penalties to companies who violate.
Our industry, through DMA has had one in operation since 1971. I have responded and spoken to a newsman covering it.
NOW IT’S YOUR TURN.
Please contact Assemblyman Andrzejczak as soon as possible and urge him to withdraw this ill-advisedproposed legislation (A-3899). For your convenience, click here for a pre-written letter which you may send as is or personalize with corporate information (name of company, number of employees, etc.) through our Voter Voice System.
We will keep you advised on further actions, including any committee hearings.
At this time there is no Senate bill. However, news reports indicate that New Jersey Senator Jeff Van Drewhas expressed interest in the legislation.”