Americans for Democratic Action’s ‘Fiscal Cliff’ Town Hall Forum – This Saturday

Filed in National by on December 3, 2012

Mark your calendar and make plans to attend the ADA’s Fiscal Cliff Town Hall Forum.
Saturday December 8th 10:30am – 11:30am
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Newark
420 Willa Rd, Newark DE 19711

I’ll be on the panel speaking up for progressive small businesses. Joining me will be…

Moderator:

  • Paul Baumbach
    - State Representative, 23rd Representative District
    - Founder and Managing Partner, Mallard Advisors (wealth management firm)

Panelists:

  • Ian Koski
    -  Director of Communications, U.S. Senator Chris Coons of Delaware
  • Marie Laberge
    -  President, Delaware National Organization for Women (NOW)
    -  Assistant Professor of Women & Gender Studies at the University of Delaware (UD)
  • Mike Begatto
    -
    Executive Director, Delaware Public Employees Council 81 American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME)
    -  Former President, State Federation of AFL-CIO, Delaware

  • How will the fiscal cliff affect Delawareans?
  • What are solutions?
  • Learn more about the fiscal cliff and tax fairness.
  • Ask the questions that are on your mind.
Co-Sponsors:
-      Americans for Democratic Action (ADA)
-      ASBC
-      Delaware AFL-CIO
-      Delawareans for Social and Economic Justice (DSEJ)
-      Delaware Chapter, NOW
-      Democratic Committee, 25th Representative District
-      Delaware Public Employees Council 81, AFSCME
-      Delaware State Education Association (DSEA)
-      National Committee to Preserve Social Security & Medicare (NCPSSM)
-      Occupy Delaware (ODE)

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  1. PBaumbach says:

    Make that address 420 Willa Road, not 4200. Thanks!

  2. Tom McKenney says:

    There is a huge disparity between rhetoric and legislation. While the Republicans talk a good game, their legislation favors large business. The Democrats are far more favorable to small business but spare us the platitudes.

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