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Dont miss our Taxpayer Town Hall tonight in Kettering featuring Washington Township Trustee Scott Paulson, Buckeye Institute President Matt Mayer, and MIT Lift Trucks Chairman George Malacos as panelists. We are partnering with the South Montgomery County Liberty Group on this town hall which will explain what Issue 2 (Senate Bill 5) really does and why it it critical to moving Ohio toward a brighter future for all of us.
If you cant join us tonight, please join us this Thursday night in Englewood for another Taxpayer Town Hall. Click here for details.
The location of our Norwalk Taxpayer Town Hall this Monday night has been changed to The Freedom Center at 45 E Seminary Street in Norwalk. We will not be meeting at Norwalk High School, and we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
If You Believe is partnering with us on this town hall which will feature State Representative Terry Boose and others as panelists and speakers, and will be moderated by former State Representative and AFP-Ohio Policy Director Seth Morgan.
We will focus on the financial crises faced by many of our cities, townships, villages, and schools, how these crises could affect Ohio's jobs and citizens, and how State Issue 2 (Senate Bill 5) can help solve these crises and help bring a strong and healthy economy back to Ohio.
Please join us and bring your friends, family, and neighbors to learn more and find out what you can do to take back your future.
What: Taxpayer Town Hall
When: Monday, September 26, 2011, 7:00pm
We need your help to move Ohio toward a strong and healthy economy. Please join us at our Greater Cincinnati Area-West phone bank at 3012 Glenmore Avenue and help us tell others why Issue 2 (upholding Senate Bill 5) and Issue 3 (the Health Care Freedom Amendment) are critical in moving Ohio forward and creating a brighter future for all of us. The phone bank opens tomorrow and will remain open through the election.
Here are details about the Greater Cincinnati Area-West Phone bank:
Where: 3012 Glenmore Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45238
When: We will open the phone bank whenever volunteers want to make calls. Here is our schedule over the next couple of weeks.
Thursday, Sept. 15: 9am-1pm and 4pm-9pm
Friday, Sept. 16: 9am-1pm and 4pm-9pm
SUPER SATURDAY, Sept. 17 9am -9pm
Join us tonight in Troy and tomorrow night in the Greater Cincinnati Area-West for a Taxpayer Town Hall
Dont miss our Taxpayer Town Halls tonight in Troy and tomorrow night in the Greater Cincinnati Area. The town hall panels will explain how a vote for Issue 2 (to uphold Senate Bill 5) will help bring more accountability to government, give taxpayers a greater voice in how their tax dollars are spent, help us reign in government spending, avoid job-killing tax hikes that Ohioans just cant afford, and make Ohio more competitive for attracting much-needed jobs into the state. The panel will also take questions from the audience.
We encourage you to bring your friends, family, and neighbors to learn more about what you can do to help move Ohio toward a strong and healthy economy. Here are the details.
What: Taxpayer Town Hall in Troy
When: Tuesday, September 13, 2011, 7:00pm
Where: Crystal Room next to Club 55, 845 West Market Street, Troy, OH 45373
Partner: Miami County Liberty
The following was written by Former State Representative and AFP-Ohio Policy Director Seth Morgan. It addresses the looming higher education "bubble" and explains how the free market is adapting to find solutions.
Instability in the financial markets, declining real estate markets, and the Washington political elite are contributing to the uncertainty of our times. However, another bubble looms on the horizon and over the heads of Ohio families.
Our higher education system across this country is generally failing to produce the expected return on family and student investment. Prices continue to climb in some cases out of hand while what you get in return for your investment job placement metrics are not acceptable. We are paying more and getting less.