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No Reconciliation Petition Tops 100,000!
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No Reconciliation Petition Tops 100,000!

Just a bit ago, I wrote that we broke 95,000 - that number has been left in the dust as the No Reconciliation petition has garnered over 100,000 signers! 

03/11/2010
No Reconciliation Petition Over 95,000!
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No Reconciliation Petition Over 95,000!

FreedomWorks "No Reconciliation" petition has garnered over 95,000 signatures!  Urge your friends to sign today to help us push past 100,000 who oppose ramming this legislation through Congress. Still, it's starting to look like using the nuclear option isn't the only trick up Pelosi's sleeve. 

03/11/2010
No Reconciliation Petition Tops 60,000!
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No Reconciliation Petition Tops 60,000!

FreedomWorks "No Reconciliation" petition has surged past 60,000 signers in less than a week!  The last I saw we had 61,308 signers - with more joining all the time.  Be sure to forward it to your family and friends to sign and urge them to forward it as well.  The best way to stop this thing is by growing the movement person by person, group by group. Once you've signed - go to the Stop ObamaCare Online War Room to take action.

03/09/2010
FreedomWorks to House: Cosponsor H.J. Res. 97, the Spending Limit Amendment
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FreedomWorks to House: Cosponsor H.J. Res. 97, the Spending Limit Amendment

[Click here for a .pdf version of this letter]

03/08/2010
Help Stop Tax Hikes in New Mexico
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Help Stop Tax Hikes in New Mexico

Last week state legislators in New Mexico failed to pass an operating budget for fiscal year 2011 so they are now in a special session to get one passed. Thankfully, limited government advocates have been able to hold the line on higher taxes and are refusing to burden the working families of New Mexico further. Unfortunately, those calling for higher taxes haven’t backed down either. Your representatives and senators need to hear from you today.

03/04/2010
Here Comes the Reconciliation
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Here Comes the Reconciliation

We knew it was coming. It's been a threat hanging out there since last spring. But now it's official.

03/03/2010
Florida State Legislature is Back, and So Is the Need for Insurance Reform
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Florida State Legislature is Back, and So Is the Need for Insurance Reform

As Florida’s legislative session opens, insurance reform looms as a hot topic.  Legislation and regulation have all but destroyed the market for property insurance in Florida, reducing availability while increasing the state’s financial risk.  Poor public policy has driven major carriers from the market, leaving consumers a choice of either state-run Citizens Property Insurance Corporation or small insurance companies that most people do not recognize.

03/03/2010
Firearms Freedom in Virginia: Almost There
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Firearms Freedom in Virginia: Almost There

The 2010 legislative session is winding down in Virginia with a number of victories for limited government activists to celebrate, but there is still work to be done.The Virginia Firearms Freedom Act (HB69), which would redraw a clear line for gun owners, sellers, and manufacturers between federal and state authority, has passed the House of Delegates, but not the state Senate.

03/02/2010
Two House Dems Move to Block EPA Regulations
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Two House Dems Move to Block EPA Regulations

Sen. Murkowski isn't the only one with a resolution to stop the EPA from regulating greenhouse gases under its endangerment finding.  Like the 41 Senators now backing the Murkowski resolution, a similar bipartisan efforts is now underway in the House: Two top House Democrats have introduced a measure aimed at blocking the Environmental Protection Agency from regulating pollution-causing greenhouse gases.

03/01/2010
It's Raining Sovereignty in Virginia
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It's Raining Sovereignty in Virginia

Since last Friday, the Virginia General Assembly has passed six separate bills pertaining to Virginia's sovereignty under the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution. Starting with SB417, SB283,  and SB311, the House of Delegates made Virginia the second state after Arizona to pass health care nullification bills through both houses of the state legislature.

02/16/2010

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