They’re baaack!

legislators are killing our state

Friends of South Carolina,

It’s that time again!  Legislators are back in session.

Everyone did a good job last year writing emails, calling, and attending legislative sessions!  Now it’s time for another round.

S211, the bill creating I-95 Corridor Authority, is on the official House calendar for Tuesday, January 10th.

Please call your representative one more time and remind them they need to vote to uphold the Governor’s veto of this massive increase in government control and authority.

Remind them that not voting is the same as voting against us!  They need to be there AND vote to sustain the veto.

Remind them that this is a key vote on our 2012 Palmetto Liberty score card.

I’ll be there to let them know we are still watching them and that we haven’t given up like they had hoped!

Come and join me if you like, but remember, it is very easy for the House to delay a vote on this bill to another day.  They often do such things.  There is no guarantee that the vote will actually be held Tuesday.

If you need a reminder of why S211 is such a bad bill, you can get details by reviewing my earlier e-mails by following this link.

You can find who your state House representative is at this link by entering your address. It also provides you with links to their contact information.

Best regards,
Talbert Black, Jr.

P.S.  The vote for the I-95 Corridor Authority is scheduled for Tuesday, January 10th.  Please, call your state House representative one more time to remind them to vote to sustain the Governor’s veto of S211.

About Talbert Black

Talbert Black Jr is the founder of Palmetto Liberty PAC. His education in state politics & citizen lobbying began in 1999 with his membership in GrassRoots GunRights SC. In 2008 he joined the Campaign for Liberty and within a year he was the Interim State Coordinator for South Carolina. His goal for Palmetto Liberty PAC is to change to composition of South Carolina’s General Assembly so that it consistently supports conservative principles.

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