For this reason, successful advocacy requires us to start having conversations with legislators long before the session starts. The New Mexico legislature has what’s called an “interim period” that extends roughly from May to December every year. During the interim period, legislators have much more time to talk to their constituents. They tend to be more relaxed and more open to different perspectives. It’s during this period that you can have deeper, more intimate conversations with them about the issues that matter the most to you.
Learn more with the ACLU’s Between the Sessions Activist Guide