Tahlequah Daily Press

Community Briefs

January 14, 2014

Anti-‘Obamacare’ rally on tap

TAHLEQUAH — StopObamacarePenaltiesNow.com will be hosting 12 rallies in cities throughout Oklahoma. The purpose is to show support for the Oklahoma state legislators who are preparing legislation to stop the Obamacare penalties from being implemented in Oklahoma.

A rally is planned for Saturday, Feb. 1 at noon in the Tahlequah Armory Municipal Center, 100 N. Water St. The public is invited to attend.

State representatives and state senators representing the surrounding area will be invited to attend and express their support for this suite of legislation.

Contact Charles Key at ckey@cox.net or (405) 397-7082 with questions on the legislative effort. For questions about the Tahlequah rally, contact Mike Stopp at mikestopp@gmail.com or (918) 853-1494. Visit the website www.stopobamacarepenaltiesnow.com for more information.

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