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Re: [libertarian-338] Nullify Obamacare Rally a Great Success-Work is Just Beginning

From: user 2.
Sent on: Wednesday, January 9, 2013 3:01 AM

Sharon Steve What's-his-name on Facebook says that he did not see the LP sponsor it and he hopes we "show up" next time. Were we asked anything of the sort??
Jen

On Jan 9,[masked]:58 AM, "Sharon Clark" <[address removed]> wrote:
The Nullify Obamacare Rally and Press Conference was a huge success.  Thanks for your participation.
We hope to have our own video available soon.  Local Media covered this -- thanks to you all for calling them.
 
Representative Bill Chumley (who introduced the Nullification Bill H 3101, in the House) spoke, as well as Senators Lee Bright and Tom Davis, and Larry Grooms, Rep. Bill Taylor, Rep. Mac Toole, Rep. Donna Wood, Senator Tom Corbin, and many others.  We had a very large crowd of several hundred people.
 
from WACH FOX  in Columbia, S.C.
 
on MidlandsConnect.com
 
 
People who want to nullify "Obamacare" rally in SC
 
 
WLTX.com     VIDEO:
 
 
Folks, we have our work cut out for us now.  We must now get this legislation out of committee
 
1.  First, let's all call our State Representative and Senator.  Ask him to support H 3101 to Nullify Obamacare, and to sign on as a co-sponsor of the bill.
 
2.  Next, let's call members of the Labor, Commerce and Industry committee. These members need to be contacted right away by us in order to get this legislation out of committee. The members are:

William E. "Bill" Sandifer, III, Chairman   [masked]    Room 407 Blatt Bldg.
Grady A. Brown, 1st V.C.        [masked]                    304B Blatt
Phillip D. Lowe, 2nd V.C.        [masked]                      327B Blatt
Carl L. Anderson                    [masked]                    304C
Todd K. Atwater                   [masked]                    320D            (co-sponsor of this bill-Thank You)    
Jimmy C. Bales                    [masked]                    432C
Nathan Ballentine               [masked]                    320B
Eric M. Bedingfield               [masked]                    312B
William K. "Bill" Bowers       [masked]                    310C
Kristopher R. "Kris" Crawford    734 2992                327D
Shannon S. Erickson           [masked]                    320C
P. Michael "Mike" Forrester   [masked]                402D
Michael W. "Mike" Gambrell   [masked]                436B
Deborah A. Long                    [masked]                414A            (co-sponsor-Thank You)
David J. Mack, III                   [masked]                328D
Dennis C. Moss                    [masked]                418A
F. Michael "Mike" Sottile       [masked]                306D
McLain R. "Mac" Toole            [masked]                323C        (co-sponsor-Thank You)

Andy Fiffick is the Staff Attorney for this committee, and he will need some convincing. The phone number for this committee is [masked].
 
 
 




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