Rally in Augusta, 01/08/13 to welcome the 126th Legislature


Join the Rally of Unity!
…for our people AND our environment on the first day of the 126th Legislature ! ! !
a collaboration by:
The Alliance for Common Good

NOON : Rally between State House and Cross Building
Carry signs and banners to represent your issues, sing songs, do a little skit? Spokespeople talk to media!
1pm : Move into Hall of Flags
More rallying! Then…all groups gather on stairs for photo, quick speech, mass “die in” to show what will happen if we are not heard! Citizens talk to legislators…
People, people, people!
More groups’ info for legislators info packet
Media spokespeople to represent issues
Citizen lobbyists to talk to legislators
FMI: Chris 357-1443 or chris@defendingwater.net

The Alliance for Common Good is an ad-hoc coalition assembling as a unified front under the theme, “Maine the Possible” to give voice to ordinary Maine people and to push back against corporate dominance in government, with hopes to organize into the future. Principles we agree on:
Maine $$ for Maine People
A Maine Economy that Protects our Environment
Money Out of Politics

This rally is an opportunity to come together, in solidarity with over 20 other environmental and social justice groups across the state, to tell our legislators to represent US by protecting our homes, health, and quality of life. See you there!
email dated 01/05/13 from —
Lisa Savage | CODEPINK State of Maine
Went 2 the Bridge blog
Bring Our War $$ Home
CODEPINK: Women for Peace
Twitter: @CODEPINKmaine

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