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    Who are the NERD fund donors Mr Snyder?

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    Action Request

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Mon Apr 18, 2011 at 09:11:46 AM EST
    Tags: RTW, Right-To-Work, Lansing, Legislators, Representatives, One Chance (all tags)

    As something that should continue to be on the agenda while we have the chance, I am going to stay on the Michigan Right-To-Work issue.  The Legislature and executive office of this state will likely never be in a better position to move this corrective measure forward.

    There is no question that Right-To-Work is a part of our natural rights. Nothing says "these are MY hands" like a product produced with one's own labor and effort.  The ability to produce without the parasitical effect of false promises from labor organizations, promotes greater freedom, and choice. Freedom that is natural and ought not be at issue.

    Right now, I have a small request.

    Call (Or Email, Write) your Michigan State Representative, AND your Michigan State Senator.  Ask them if they support Right-To Work, Are Neutral, Oppose it, or 'other'.  Calling may be the quickest way, and the assistants, and legislative aides often have their positions available.  Be sure to offer your support for the record too!  Of course be courteous if they disagree, but do not be afraid to strongly assert your position of support for FULL RTW legislation (no Zones)for Michigan.  Let them know they could be heroes rather than zeroes.

    THEN email me the results to: This particular email account  I want to get an idea of who in Lansing is willing to put the state's welfare over a perceived political hot button issue.

    A small thing like making this phone call could bring Michigan back, and there truly has been no better time than now to act.


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    I have had a couple responses.. (none / 0) (#1)
    by JGillman on Mon Apr 18, 2011 at 09:24:28 PM EST
    I really want to get a handle where these guys are, but need more input.

    The other side of it is getting them to think about it a little more forward.

    Addresses (none / 0) (#2)
    by Pogo on Tue Apr 19, 2011 at 06:14:56 AM EST
    For anyone who doesn't know their district numbers, here are a couple of legislature sites to look them up by your address or zip code:

    MI Senate

    MI House

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