From: Maine Equal Justice <firstname.lastname@example.org>Date: February 26, 2011 12:00:26 PM ESTTo: email@example.comSubject: March 7 – Rally to oppose cuts in safety net programsReply-To: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Oppose cuts to Maine’ssafety net programs!
Rally & Public HearingMonday, March 7, 2011State House-Augusta
Come to Augusta early – at least by 9:00 – to find a parking spot and have time to get into the State House. (Try the parking garage.)
Share this email with friends and bring them along. We need to be sure our voices are heard.
It’s time to show up! Let’s tell lawmakers thatpeople need to come before politics.Press conference & rally!9:30 a.m.2nd floor of the State House in the Hall of Flags
Public hearing – share your story with legislators!10:00 a.m. and beyondRoom 228 in the State House
Contact MEJP if you have a story to tell, a story we can share with legislators or if you want to find out other ways you can help. Toll-free 1-866-626-7059 (Crystal at extension 205 or Chris at Extension 204)
Go to MEJP’s website for analysis of selected items in the Governor’s proposed budget — TANF, General Assistance, MaineCare and more. www.mejp.org
MEJP’s Legislative Update will be posted soon!
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