Defending traditional families

Under the Dome: January 14, 2008: Supplement

First:

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The key official Missouri State government web sites for following your General Assembly during the 2008 legislative session are;Â?

Â? Â? http://www.house.state.mo.us/ Â? Â? & Â? Â? http://www.senate.mo.gov/

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From these sites you will be able to follow legislation of interest to you, or certain lawmakers’ legislative activities.�

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Example:� State Representative Jane Cunningham (R-Chesterfield) has introduced the following bills…

HB1314 dealing with sexual misconduct in the public school classrooms.

HB1472 requiring an ultrasound be offered to women seeking an abortion.

HB1471 restricts property tax increasesÂ? locking in annual payments to 1% of the purchase price.

HB1315, the Emily Brooker Intellectual Diversity bill.

HJR41, aÂ? prohibition of judicially imposed taxes.Â? Â? Â? Â?

…you can track any or all such legislation, or collect important information on the sponsor(s).

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Second:

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Â? Â? Â? Â? Â? Â? Â? Capitol EventsÂ? Â? –

 

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FHE Rally

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February 12, 2008

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Families for Home Education

25th Year Anniversary!

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– 25 Years Supporting Home Education Families –

– 25 Years of Promoting Home Education Rights –

– 25 Years Defending Home Education Liberties –

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Capitol Rotunda

12 Noon

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– Effective Involvement –

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EPC 19

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Educational Policy Conference – 19

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January 24-26, 2008

St. Louis

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BREAKING THE CHAINS

of the Media and the Education Elite’s Hostility to “Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness

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sponsored by:

The Constitutional Coalition

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Please go to

ConstitutionalCoalition.org

to see the stellar list of speakers and register online for the conference!

(Note special pricing for first time attendees)

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NOTE: Enter the passcode ‘freedom‘ when you come to the site.

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Educational Policy Conference 19 starts Thursday, January 24, 2008, in St. Louis

at the Hilton-St. Louis Frontenac at .6:30 PM with dinner and concludes at 5 p.m.

Saturday, January 26, 2008. Speakers (20 plus) will address the threats of deadly

beliefs and lifestyles (Radical Islam, homosexuality, etc.); bondage of poisoned

education (journalism schools, dishonest history, campus killers, etc.); and the

encroaching poverty for all (Global warming, multiculturalism, etc.). Incredible

speakers will conclude with proven ideas that will inspire and instruct!

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Pre-Registration is required.

Call

314-434-7028

for more information.