Monday, January 31st, 2011 at 6:30pm – 8:30pm (weather permitting)
At The Brewing Grounds for Change located at 2008 North Farwell Avenue.
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Join SEIU and community partners for a rally and lobby day at the state capitol on [FONT="]Tuesday, Feb. 15th[/FONT] and [FONT="]Wednesday, Feb. 16th[/FONT]. We will be lobbying against the budget proposal that would eliminate collective bargaining rights for state employees. You can join us for one or both days.
[FONT="][/FONT][FONT="]Catch a FREE bus from your community to the capitol:[/FONT]Appleton: Outagamie County/Appleton park and ride, US 41/exit 144 on Ballard Road in Appleton 6:30am
[FONT="]Madison folks: Meet us at the Madison Masonic Center, 301 Wisconsin Ave at 10am.[/FONT]
[FONT="][/FONT][FONT="]Can't make it to the daytime events? Take part in a vigil either evening on the Capitol Square from 3pm to 7pm. [/FONT][FONT="][/FONT][FONT="][/FONT][FONT="][/FONT][FONT="][/FONT]
[FONT="]On Tuesday and Wednesday, the Wisconsin Legislature will be voting on this bill. Our jobs, our benefits and our rights are at stake and we need to tell the legislature that enough is enough - we will not stand by and watch our rights be stripped away.[/FONT]
To reserve your seat on a bus, contact Laura Kendellen at 414-727-6364 x10.
Free food will be provided at the Madison Masonic Temple, 301 Wisconsin Ave. [FONT="][/FONT]
Itinerary for both days:
10am Legislative briefing
11am Lobby visits
noon Rally on Capitol Square
1pm Lobby visits
5pm Head home
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I WILL be there to support instead of going to school tomorrow.
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If anything it would get the people at the protest thinking, and you may get some coverage from news 3 etc etc.
As the budget repair bill is causing such a big controversy, maybe it would be worth it to organize a march to the Capitol with signs of our solution and support for the employees of Wisconsin.
Signs could be in solidarity or such as "a better solution is an end to cannabis prohibition" "Hemp = Jobs" "Save the budget - Legalize marijuana" or of course others.
With fair participation, it might be a good way to get some positive media attention.
Do you think this is a viable option?
Posted 20 February 2011 - 06:03 PM
Independent governor candidate Jim Langer says he wants marijuana and hemp to be legal in Wisconsin: YouTube - WPT Candidate Statements - Jim Langer (I) Candidate for Governor
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