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Colorado: Let Governor Hickenlooper Hear From You This Saturday

Thursday, March 21, 2013

Governor John Hickenlooper (D) made it abundantly clear, by signing three historic anti-gun bills into law yesterday, that he’s willing to easily dismiss your Second Amendment rights and Colorado’s rich hunting and shooting heritage.

This Saturday, March 23, Hicklenlooper will be hosting a public event at the CMU-University Center Ballroom in Grand Junction beginning at 11:00 am.

Please attend this event in Grand Junction and respectfully let the Governor know that you’re strongly opposed to the anti-gun bills he just signed into law.  Take a stand for the Second Amendment and let your voice be heard this Saturday.

Details for this event can be found below:

 Stand Up for the 2nd Amendment

 Date:  Saturday, March 23rd 2013

Time:  11:00 AM

Place:  CMU – University Center Ballroom

In front of Building 35, off 12th Street and north of North Avenue

 

Come Protest Gov. Hickenlooper at Club 20

Let’s send a clear message and have more protestors outside than people listening to the Governor—inside

Please bring friends and family—make signs!

 *Parking is available at Lincoln Park and along side streets

http://www.coloradomesa.edu/campusinfo/documents/campusmap.pdf

 

 

 

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