Earlier this week, I testified at a hearing in support of HB 2737. This much-needed legislation was created to address the growth of our states Universal Service Fund a subsidy which phone users pay on their monthly phone bills. The Fund has experienced steady growth over the years to enhance the profits of small, rural phone companies a trend which has forced consumers to pay more and more for their service over time.
Banking & Financial Services Issues
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, July 13, 2011
Contact: Stuart A. Jolly (405) 514-0514
MUSKOGEE We Need Congressman Dan Boren to Support a Balanced Budget! Oklahoma families understand that they must balance their budgets. Politicians in Washington, DC dont. Thats why AFP supports a Balanced Budget Amendment.
Today, July 14th, we are asking you to visit Congressman Dan Borens district offices and encourage him to support a Balanced Budget Amendment. Take 15 minutes out of your day and make a difference!
AFP-Oklahoma State Director Stuart Jolly is not taking a break this summer and you have a chance to see him speak in Tulsa on July 16th!
The Foundation of the Preservation of American Values is hosting its inaugural event, Reconnect 2011. The goal of the convention is to empower everyone with connections to our heritage and inspire you with hope for the future. And Jolly will be speaking to the crowd on fiscal conservative issues and bills facing Oklahomans today.
Are you shocked by the ignorance todays youth has in regards to history?
Do you feel like this nation is losing touch with its past and its values as well?
If so, then you need to be at this event on the 16th!
Here are the details you need to know:
Host: Foundation for the Preservation of American Values
When: Saturday, July 16th beginning at 9 a.m. with 7 p.m. dinner
The Cartel wowed yet another crowd, this time in Norman!
School is out and the Oklahoma summer is brutal, but that didnt stop AFP-Oklahoma from taking The Cartel out on the road, this time to downtown Norman USA.
The site for this discussion about education reform was Joys on the corner of Crawford and Main. Even though this was a lunchtime affair, a healthy crowd of 75 came out to see the documentary, The Cartel, then interact with panelists to discuss education issues within the state. AFP-Oklahoma was joined by state Rep. Scott Martin and Ginger Tilley, executive director of the Professional Oklahoma Educators.