Return Local Control to Education – Help needed Tuesday

Now is the time to return education back to the hands of educators and local school districts.  House Bill 212 is getting its first hearing in the Ohio House.  HB212 returns control of education back to the hands of teachers and local school districts. Learn more about House Bill 212 here.

We need you in Columbus to support this change in Ohio.
Join Ohioans for Local Control on Tuesday.
WHERE: STATEHOUSE-ROOM 313 (same room as HB597 hearings)
WHO: YOU! Parents, Superintendents, Board Members, Homeschoolers…
Please join fellow concerned Ohioans who understand that the solution to our education crisis is to return authority back to parents and local education communities. HB212 Sponsor, Representative Andy Thompson, will offer his sponsor testimony and field questions from the committee members this Tuesday. Our presence is a tangible sign of support and will hasten the scheduling of a much-needed proponent hearing. Please spread the word. This legislation is important to all parents and children in all education environments; public, private and homeschool.

Liberty Meetings this Week

Warren County Liberty Alliance
Where; Mason Fire Station 51. 4420 North Mason Montgomery Rd Mason, Ohio

The meeting will be dedicated to planning for the March 15, 2016 Central Committee Races. We will review the entire breakdown of the current Central Committee. This current Committee has begun to participate in regular meetings and have begun to do their job.

This invitation is open to all Committee members and those of you considering running. We have several current members who have not been attending meetings so we will need to determine what do about the participation in those Precincts.

A county Central Committee is the most important governmental body in our nation and it is important that we are all tuned into the needs and make-up of the Committee. Please come and be involved in the process and discussion even if you are not going to be running for a seat. The filing deadline for petitions to get on the ballot is December 16th, 2015. We will give you all the information and materials you need to file and run.
EmpowerU – Which Road do we Follow? Brent Spence Bridge or By-Pass?
When: Tuesday, November 17, 2015, from 7:00 PM to 8:30

Where: Holiday Inn Eastgate. 4501 Eastgate Blvd Cincinnati, OH 45245
Register – Here or visit

Explore options pertaining to the current bridge dilemma. Is the bridge the only way? Is a By-pass a feasible alternative?

Join us at the session to be informed on the pros and cons of both options. The $3.6 billion plan offered by Ohio Kentucky Indiana Regional Council of Governments is known as the Brent Spence Bridge Corridor Project.

The Kentucky legislature in 2014 and 2015 did not support the legislation required to enable the BSBCP to move forward. The heated discussions and resulting impasse allowed the private sector time to develop an alternate plan to build a 68 mile, four-lane expressway on the east side of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky at a cost of $1.1 billion and make more moderate improvements to the Brent Spence Bridge.

Our well-versed speakers will present the pros and cons of all approach as the Region moves forward. Jason Kershner is Vice President of the Chamber’s Government Affairs division. Jason will explain the importance of the Brent Spence Bridge Corridor Project on the regional economy. Greg Fischer will be presenting on behalf of Citizens for the Cincy Eastern Bypass a new novel idea supported by new Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin. Joe Meyer will talk for Northern Kentucky United a group that is opposed to tolls on a solution to the Brent Spence Bridge.

West Chester Tea Party
When: Thursday, November 19. Doors open at 6:30, meeting begins at 7 pm
Where: Life Church, 8480 Cincinnati Columbus Rd, West Chester, OH 45069
Join the West Chester Tea Party for their annual potluck dinner. They will also be watching a movie and having a conversation about this issues facing us with radical Islam.

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