Arizona Taxpayer Events – Tonight thru the 17th

Arizonans for Prosperity

It’s not too late to attend the Health Care debate tonight at Phoenix College! In fact, there are a number of events for taxpayer activists over the next few days. Here is the list for those who want to get involved and learn more. Just remember, if you don’t get involved, some liberal activist will!

Debate: “Health Care: Is More Government Involvement the Solution?”
Date: Wednesday, October 14 Time: 7:00 to 9:00 pm
City: Phoenix
Host(s): Phoenix College Business School
Ideological Orientation of Host(s): Neutral
Location: Phoenix College Bulpitt Auditorium, 1202 W. Thomas Road, Phoenix, AZ
Map: www.pc.maricopa.edu/map/  (Park in the West parking lot.)
Contact: Beverly Jenkins, beverly.jenkins@pcmail.maricopa.edu, (602) 285-7681
More info: No RSVP necessary. Panelists supporting more government intervention in health care include Tara Plese, with the Arizona Association of Community Health Centers, and Dr. Leonard Kirschner, president of AARP Arizona. Panelists against more government involvement are Goldwater Institute economist Dr. Byron Schlomach and Phoenix surgeon Dr. Jeff Singer.

 Forum: “The Future of Health Care in America”
Date: Thursday, October 15 Time: 6:00 to 8:00 pm
City: Tempe
Host(s): Network of Enlightened Women, Young America’s Foundation, Goldwater Institute, The Heartland Institute, AFP Arizona, and Consumers for Health Care Choices
Ideological Orientation of Host(s): Free-Market
Location: ASU (Tempe) Memorial Union, Ventana Ballroom, #241 BC
Maps: Memorial Union: http://www.asu.edu/studentaffairs/mu/docs/MUmap_2008.pdf
Parking: http://www.asu.edu/parking/pdf/map_tempe.pdf
Contact: Margaret Zukas, Margaret.zukas@cox.net, (602) 540-8386
More info: No RSVP necessary. Panelists will include Goldwater Institute economist Dr. Byron Schlomach, Heartland Institute health care policy fellow Dr. Richard Dolinar, M.D., and ASU economics professor Dr. William Boyes. Round Table Discussion of the successes in free-market health care reform, the threats to innovation and choice in the proposed reforms, and the historical examples of the failures of government programs.

Tea Party: Taking America Back–Restoring the Constitution
Date: Friday, October 16 Time: 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm
City: Phoenix
Host(s): Coalition for a Conservative Majority, Liberty Caucus, CNC, AFP Arizona, et al
Ideology of Host(s): Patriotic/Free-Market/ Conservative/Libertarian/Constitutionalist
Location: Arizona State Capitol, 1700 W. Washington Street, Phoenix, AZ 85007
Map: http://www.americansforprosperity.com/files/azcapitolmallparkingmap.pdf
RSVP: Robert Zuluaga, robertazccm@gmail.com More Info: http://www.ccmphoenix.org

Policy & Activism Forum: “Take America Back” Freedom Forum
Date: Saturday, October 17 Time: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
City: Phoenix
Host(s): Coalition for a Conservative Majority, Liberty Caucus, CNC, AFP Arizona, et al
Ideological Orientation of Host(s): Patriotic/Free-Market/ Conservative/Libertarian/Constitutionalist
Location: Phoenix Civic Center, 100 N. 3rd Street, Phoenix, AZ (Note: the Civic Center is very close to the Arizona Republic office—target of the Can You Hear US Now? Protest—see below.)
RSVP: Robert Zuluaga, robertazccm@gmail.com Info: http://freedomforum.ccmajority.com/

Media Protest: Can You Hear US Now? Media Protest
Date: Saturday, October 17 Time: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
City: Phoenix
Host(s): Greater Phoenix Tea Party, and other Tea Party groups
Ideological Orientation of Host(s): Patriotic/Free-Market/ Conservative/Libertarian/Constitutionalist
Location: Arizona Republic, 200 E. Van Buren, Phoenix, 85004 (Note: the Republic office is very close to the Phoenix Civic Center—site of the “Take America Back” Forum—see above.)
More Info and RSVP: www.greaterphoenixteaparty.com

For AFP Arizona’s full list of upcoming events, go to: http://www.americansforprosperity.org/files/azevents10-14-09.pdf

For updates on events, go to www.aztaxpayers.org, and scroll down to “What’s News”


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