To also note for people unfamiliar with a bill's process:
During the committee hearings one can give a statement either orally or verbally .. one does not have to physically be there to get your voice heard. I have been told b many legislators that they do read all statements.
And its during the committee hearings that you get a voice. No where else, other than contacting members directly.
And its in the committee process that is the best time/opportunity to kill bills.
With your written statements you can include exhibits etc...call your legislator to get assistance (most will even provide the goofy qty of copies required and get you signed up for a verbal appearance).