TOO MUCH TO TALK ABOUT
I’M POSTING TWICE TODAY
I’ve been following the progress of the Senate bill (a constitutional amendment) calling for a 2/3 vote to be necessary to increase some taxes. This bill to pass needed a 2/3 vote it fell only 2 votes short in the State Senate on the 15th of April. Sounds like it will be brought back up next week. A link below to “Republican Rants” which had an excellent piece on it with facts galore.
I’ve been trying to find out something about the bills future.
Then LO and BEHOLD I received this email out of the blue.
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Well you guessed it I just called and signed up. I will try and join too. I will have my questions emailed to the event which will be like a town hall forum.
I’m looking forward to it. I don’t know of any other venue where all these people will be together at one time. I’ll let you know what they say. Join me. I know it’s $25.00 but I bet I’m poorer than you. Lol.
Regards, Live Dangerously Be A Conservative In Muskegon