DownsizeDC.org
April 10, 2006
Downsize DC Conference Call - April 9, 2006 edition
By Jim Babka

My Sunday show, where we talked about forgetting 9-11 and immigration. We played Carla Howell's song, "How Could I Live Without Filing Taxes."

Listen to this show at your own peril. My views on immigration aren't popular.

MPP Update was about new opportunities under Rhode Island's new medical marijuana law.

GOA Update was about McCain and Co's new attempt to regulate 527s, which succeeded in the House this past week. [Note: the link goes to an action alert that preceded the House vote, which the forces of good lost, 218-209.]

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