FreedomWorks National Conference Call with Jeff Landry (LA-3)

Posted: February 2, 2012 by Christopher J. Gary in 3rd congressional district, jeff landry, louisiana

FreedomWorks

The current debate over whether to extend or eliminate the payroll tax cut is just the latest example of a reoccurring theme in Congress: Washington has way too much power over how we spend our money.

How do we take their power back?

To answer that question we’re hosting a National Conference Call on February 6th with Representative Jeff Landry (R-LA) to give an update on legislation making it’s way through Congress. We will also discuss the SSPICE Act, critical legislation Rep. Landry has introduced which puts more choice and responsibility for Social Security in the hands of taxpayers. I’ve listed information on the call below:

RSVP for the National Conference Call Now!

Who: Representative Jeff Landry (R-LA), Max Pappas, FreedomWorks Vice President of Public Policy and Government Affairs
What: A national conference call in which Rep. Landry will give an update on the action in Congress and discuss the SPPICE Act, which puts more power over Social Security in the hands of taxpayers.
When: Monday, February 6, 2012 at 6pm ET

I hope you can make it for this important conference call. Click here now to RSVP and we will call to connect you with our conference call on Monday, February 6 at 6 pm ET.

Thank you.

In Liberty,

Matt Kibbe Signature
Matt Kibbe President & CEO, FreedomWorks

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