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Tell your Senators to stop the EPA power grab here: http://bit.ly/hPXuAv
By PHIL KERPEN | 3/29/11 5:19 AM EDT
For the past two weeks, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) has been scrambling to prevent Congress from doing its job and standing up to the Environmental Protection Agencys global warming power grab.
Now he has a new way to rubber stamp the EPAs agenda, while providing political cover for wavering Democratic senators. Its called the Baucus amendment proposed by Sen. Max Baucus (D-Mont.). And its a sham.
Read the rest at Politico.
Today, South Carolinians who have been fighting for Roll-Call Voting (voting on the record) achieved a major success! The Senate passed the version of H.3004, which calls for the Bill to become law, upon the signature of the Governor. It passed on the second reading with a vote of 35 to 7. There will be a third reading of the bill, which normally passes with no obstacles. Then, the bill goes to the House for concurrence. No obstacles are expected in the House. The final step will be when Governor Haley signs the Bill into Law.
DEMAND YOUR LEGISLATOR GO ON THE RECORD WHEN VOTING
WHAT: Hearing on S.8 and S.288, resolutions calling for Constitutional Amendments to require roll call voting
WHERE: Senate Judiciary Subcommittee, Gressette Building,Room 105
WHEN: Wednesday, February 9, 2011 at 11:00 a.m.
BREAKING NEWS! H.3004 has been referred to this Subcommittee, and is scheduled to be on the agenda tomorrow.
As a parent, do you think you should be able to choose the best school for your child? Do you think your child should be forced to attend an underperforming school based on your address?
AFP-SC hosted a very informative viewing of "The Cartel" on January 29th. "The Cartel exposes the corruption, waste, and intimidation" in America's public schools. After the film, we were honored to hear from two experts in the area of School Reform/School Choice: Bruno Behrend, Director of the Center for School Reform at The Heartland Institute and Bruce Gardner with Tea for Education.