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Changes for Monday Rally at the Capital

Feb 27, 2016 | by Lynn Powell

Please come and bring all you can with you so we can show how many people are ready for change, how many are demanding change now.

Since we only found out in the last couple of days ago that we will have a Nation Inside film crew documenting our Rally and it being posted on the internet we have added to our speakers. We are filling in the space between noon and 1pm. We have asked a couple of other Representatives and Senator to stop by and speak about some of their bills that will help people. Plus we have Aaron Cosar a former lifer who now works to help others. Please come and bring all you can with you so we can show how many people are ready for change, how many are demanding change now.

It is Monday the 29th. From 9AM till 3PM in the 2nd floor Rotunda. Just steps from the Governor and Lt. Governor’s offices.  The speakers are listed below, so fill free to come and go at will and visit with your state Representative and state Senator. If you don’t know who represents you follow this link. http://www.oksenate.gov/FindMyLegislature.aspx  It will have all their contact info in case you don’t already have it. The House of Repres. Is on the west side of the building and offices are on 3rd to 5th floor the Senators are on the east side with offices on the 4th and 5th floors.

The speakers are

9AM Pastor Dixie Pebworth at one time was looking at a very long prison sentence before he was saved. 9:30 Senator Wayne Shaw

10: Senator Connie Johnson

10:30 Rep. Bobby Cleveland

11 Ryan Kiesel Executive Director of OK-ACLU

11:30 Lynn Powell Director of OK-CURE

Just added Aaron Cosar & a couple of Representatives & a Senator.

1PM Rhonda Bear directs a transitional home in Claremore and She Brews Coffee House where the ladies can work.

1:30 Kevin Armstrong founder of Okla. Journalists for Justice (OKJ2)

2 Kimberly Cummings Women in Recovery Graduate.