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Sunday, October 25, 2009

TEA Parties This Week Across CA; Bonus TP in Woodland Hills

The TEA Party Express tour started today in San Diego and Los Angeles, and continues through Thursday up the length of California. A bonus TEA Party has been called for noon, Thu Oct. 29 at Pierce College in Woodland Hills, to protest a pair of Sacramento legislators at a town hall sponsored by a teachers' union.  Joining the protest will be Dr. Pam Brown, Libertarian candidate for Lt. Governor, and an economics professor at Pierce College.

‘Townhall’ meeting and Tea Party opportunity in Southern California

WHO: Senator Fran Pavley (D-Santa Monica) & Assemblywoman Julia Brownely (D-Woodland Hills)
SPONSOR: AFT (Teachers’ Union)
WHAT: Rally to crush Prop. 13, raise CA Taxes to pay for (unionized) education, eliminate the 2/3’s majority for passing Calif. Budgets
WHEN: Thursday October 29th, from noon to 2 pm.
WHERE: Pierce College, 6201 Winnetka Ave, Woodland Hills CA 91371
MAP: http://maps.google.com/maps?saddr=&daddr=34.182912,-118.5799645
PARKING: Enter the College at the Mason Ave. at Victory blvd entrance. Park in lot 7 (to the left after entering), parking permit for day is $2.

CONTACT: Pam Brown, employee at Pierce College – 1-818-710-2571.

Please bring colorful signs protesting tax increases of any sort! (property taxes, business taxes, CA income taxes, sales taxes and etc)! See you there!!

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