Posts Tagged ‘take action’

TAKE ACTION: Repeal the 1099 Requirement of Obamacare!

[activate url="http://act.libertycentral.org/9/3519/repeal-health-care-1009-requirement/" target="_self" is_slanted="false"] Update: The Senate will vote on repeal of the 1099 requirement on Tuesday, September 14. The vote is expected to come on an amendment offered by Senator Johanns (R-NE). (Senator Johanns talks about the vote here.) Contact your Senator now in support of repeal! And when...

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TAKE ACTION: Stop the Dodd-Frank Financial Overhaul

[activate url="http://act.libertycentral.org/9/3341/defeat-dodd-frank-financial-overhaul/" target="_self" is_slanted="false"] The Senate is expected to take up the Dodd-Frank financial overhaul bill when Congress returns from its July 4 recess. This is the right time to let your Senators know that you oppose this reckless power grab. That’s especially true for residents of Maine (Senators Snowe...

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Take Action: Stop Cap & Trade

[activate url="http://act.libertycentral.org/9/3229/help-block-epas-cap-trade/" target="_self" is_slanted="false"] Liberty Central has been keeping track of the progress of Senate Joint Resolution 26, which would block the EPA from imposing a cap-and-trade-style carbon permitting process, through a simple regulation. While that resolution was scheduled to come to the Senate floor by June 7, Senator Murkowski...

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Take Action: Stop Cap & Trade

[activate url="http://act.libertycentral.org/9/3229/help-block-epas-cap-trade/" target="_self" is_slanted="false"] Liberty Central has been keeping track of the progress of Senate Joint Resolution 26, which would block the EPA from imposing a cap-and-trade-style carbon permitting process, through a simple regulation. While that resolution was scheduled to come to the Senate floor by June 7, Senator Murkowski...

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Repeal Health Care: It Destroys Jobs

There are many, many, many problems with the health care ‘reform’ enacted into law this year. Critics point out that the bill fails to control costs, reduces choice, expands the deficit, and will almost certainly result in rationing of care. (Read here for much greater detail.) Apart from these problems,...

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