In our last Newsletter we spoke about Senator Colbeck’s challenge to his colleagues in the Senate and House to dispense with politics-as-usual and debate on road funding to fix roads without raising your taxes in an open and public manner. SEE IT ON YOU TUBE HERE
Someone has taken him up on his offer, Ingham County Liberal and fellow Senator Curtis Hertel
This isn’t just a debate about road funding, at it’s core it is a debate between Constitutional limited government and big government.
We need you in Lansing on Tuesday October 20th if at all possible.
1. From 12 noon til 1:15 we will gather at Central United Methodist Church, 215 N. Capital in Lansing (map here). We are arranging for a presentation of the history of the effort to fund the road repairs that Michigan needs over the past few years including the smokey back room deal called Prop. 1 that was destroyed by 81% to 19% by fed up Michigan voters.
Since this is grassroots gathering, bring a sack lunch, and some snacks to share if you wish. If you have any letters or messages for your representative bring them along. We intend to have someone video statements to your legislator also.
Just a short walk across the street from the church.
The debate will be moderated by Kyle Melinn of MIRS News Service.
A podcast of the event will be made available by MIRS after the event
Use #RdTaxDebate and #mitcot on Twitter
See you there!