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Thu Dec 6, 2012, 01:04 PM

UPDATE: MI State Police Pepper Spray and Remove Protesters from Captiol

Via the MI Senate Dems: Police have begun pepper spraying and removing protesters from the Capitol!









http://blog.senatedems.com/archives/363



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Reply UPDATE: MI State Police Pepper Spray and Remove Protesters from Captiol (Original post)
SpartanDem Dec 2012 OP
FightForMichigan Dec 2012 #1
mstinamotorcity2 Dec 2012 #2
FightForMichigan Dec 2012 #3

Response to SpartanDem (Original post)

Thu Dec 6, 2012, 01:07 PM

1. Please go to the capitol if you can!

Legislature will be in session Saturday and Sunday, come and make your voice be heard!

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Thu Dec 6, 2012, 01:19 PM

2. Called Governor Snyder's Office

this morning. Poor Little Secretary. Thought she had a loyal supporter of the Governor on the line. I asked her if the Governor was planning on signing a Right to Work bill and was it on his desk? She said that nothing has been signed and the Governor was in discussions. I told her I was OPPOSED to the Bill. And she asked me if I was in Favor of the Bill?? I said " No, I am against the Right-To-Work Bill and when Candidate Snyder was running for Governor he said Michigan would not become a Right-to-work State. And I will hold him to his WORD. She quickly said she would let the Governor know and got her disappointed ass off the phone.Governor Snyder's Office number is 1-517-373-3400. Remember he is in a State that is BLUE. Call and say NO!!!!!!!! to Right-to-Work!!!!

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Response to SpartanDem (Original post)

Thu Dec 6, 2012, 01:40 PM

3. Update

A lawsuit has been by Michigan Dem chief Mark Brewer to reopen the building to the public, so that people can watch their elected leaders vote away their labor rights. Rep. Segal (D-Battle Creek) motioned for a recess until the building is reopened but it was voted down.

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