RetakeOurGov will be hosting a panel discussion regarding Michigan’s recently enacted Freedom to Work legislation.
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ReTakeOurGov will pay for Concealed Pistol License training for two Livingston County educators.
RetakeOurGov, the all-volunteer political organization based in Hartland, in response to House Bill 4098 co-sponsored by Rep. Bill Rogers (R-Brighton), will be giving away firearms training for two Livingston County educators, which will prepare them to receive their Concealed Pistol License (CPL). “We wanted to do something that we thought was meaningful in allowing educators that were comfortable and had an interest,” Wes Nakagiri, treasurer for RetakeOurGov said. “Legislation could be passed that would allow individual school districts to decide how to protect school children." If House Bill 4098, is passed by the Michigan Legislature, the law would give local school boards the authority to make decisions regarding allowing school …
Tuesday, August 2, 2011
Views of area political activists, U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers and official national reaction right here.
President Barack Obama signed the debt ceiling compromise Tuesday not long after a Senate vote to ratify the plan to keep the nation from defaulting on its debts. For the nuts and bolts of the decision, see the last section at the bottom. For reaction, here's a range of views form the local, state and national level: Nakagiri, treasurer of RetakeOurGov, a Hartland-based Tea party political action committee that meets in Brighton Township, said he's skeptical of a deal that enacts cuts over 10 years. He said future Congresses and presidents aren't bound by the deal — which is why the balanced budget amendment was key. "The jury is still out in my mind — did we really cut spending in any meaningful way?" said Nakagiri, who lives in Hartland…