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Local Forum to Tackle Problem of Corporations and Lobbyists
South Bend Area residents gather to discuss how to make Washington work for
regular citizens, not just the top 2 percent of corporate lobbyists and CEOs
On Thursday, May 6th, local residents of Northern Indiana will hold a
community forum hosted by MoveOn.org at First Unitarian Church at 6:30 PM.
Against the backdrop of a struggling economy and slow job growth, the event
will bring together local citizens concerned about the influence of big
corporations and lobbyists in Washington. Attendees will discuss what can be
done to rein in the growing influence of big corporations and lobbyists in
"Our economy is in crisis, and people here in Michiana are struggling.
Meanwhile big corporations and CEOs continue to spend hundreds of millions
lobbying to advance their own interests at the expense of the public," said
Elizabeth S., a local MoveOn member. "We're here today to talk about how we
can make our democracy work for the 98 percent of us who don't have
high-paid lobbyists representing us in Washington."
WHAT: Community Forum on Fighting Corporate Control
WHO: MoveOn Members and other concerned folks
WHERE: 101 E. North Shore Blvd., South Bend, IN 46617
WHEN: 6:30 PM, May 6th, 2010
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