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Wednesday, April 08, 2009

DFATucson April 2009 Meeting

Wednesday , April 8, 7-9pm
DFATucson Monthly Meeting, (2nd Wed. of every month)
City of Tucson Ward 6 Office (Community Room), 3202 E 1st St.
(One block south of Speedway on Country Club, turn east onto 1st St to address)
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Congressional Scorecard - Spring Edition

Join us for a roundtable discussion on the performance of Congress during the first ninety days of its 110th session. You are invited to bring information to share on particular bills that are now pending in Congress to share with others, so that we might work together to promote progressive legislation, in addition to ones DFA-Tucson is promoting.

(Did you know that Cong Ron Paul and Barney Frank have introduced legislation to legalize production of industrial hemp this week? Last week, others introduced a fair elections bill. We need to have a scorecard to know how the game is being played...)

We will be concentrating on Congressional action to make elections inclusive and verifiable, to regulate banking, to promote single-payer health-financing, and to investigate Bush crimes. We will consider what are the best options available for grassroots groups to influence this Congress.

Finally, we will do some planning for the National Protest on Bank Bailouts to be held in Tucson this Saturday.

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