You're invited to the "Not Yours To Take" rally April 28 in Topeka
Tea Party Rallies
There are a number of tea party rallies going on around the state this month. AFP-Kansas is helping to sponsor the Capital City Tea Party Rally this Saturday, April 16 in the parking lot of Fairlawn Plaza Mall. Join us at noon on Saturday for a Patriot Fest, featuring a special salute for veterans and for police and firefighters.
Here are details about other tea party events going on around the state:
Hutchinson 4 pm to 9 pm on Thursday, April 14 at the Hutchinson Sports Arena
Linn County 6 pm-7:30 pm Thursday, April 14 on the lawn of the Mound City Courthouse (315 Main St., Mound City)
Manhattan 3 pm Saturday, April 16 at the Manhattan Courthouse Plaza (105 Courthouse Plz, Manhattan)
Russell 7 pm Monday, April 18 in the Dole Center of the AmericInn (1430 S. Fossil, Russell)
Topeka 12 pm Saturday, April 16 in the parking lot of Fairlawn Plaza Mall (21st and Fairlawn)
Wamego 11:00 am on Friday, April 15 at Wamego City Park. (Bean soup and cornbread will be served.)
Not Yours To Take Capitol Rally
AFP is working with a number of activist-based organizations to organize a rally at the state capitol during the legislative veto session. Please join us for the Not Yours To Take rally on the south apron of the Statehouse at 10 am Thursday, April 28. Hear from AFP-Kansas, Kansas Policy Institutes Dave Trabert, South-Central 9-12 Groups Larry Halloran, Richard D. Fry of the Patriots Coalition, state legislators and many more. Don’t miss it – rally for responsible government spending and learn about important pending legislation before the legislature during this year’s veto session.
Policy Luncheon on April 27
Americans for Prosperity-Kansas and Kansas Policy Institute invite you to a policy luncheon featuring Dr. Barry Poulson on Wednesday, April 27 at the Capitol Plaza Hotel in Topeka. Dr. Poulson will discuss A Comprehensive Reform of the Kansas Public Employees Retirement System and will outline several reforms already being implemented in other states with a similar pension situation.
There is no charge to attend, but registration is required so we can plan accordingly. Seating is limited, so register now!
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