UPDATE on Feb 17th Capitol Rally

Sunday, February 15, 2009


The following update is coming from the DNA, a pro-marriage group helping organize our presence:

Ok, so the most recent word is that the opposition is going to be busing people in from San Francisco for the hearings so seating at the actual hearing may be limited, come early. If you have kids, bring water bottles and a few snacks, comfortable shoes. Security is tight there, so remember, no pocket knives etc.

If we have more people come to the hearing than we can fit in the room, we'll hold a concurrent rally outside the capitol building with a petition signing. No body will be wasted! Kids and families are welcome! Come and be heard! Wear your yellow shirt if you like! If it rains, bring an umbrella, we'll rally in the hallways!

Proposition 8 Hearings will be held in these rooms:

HR 5
Tuesday, February 17
10:30am
State Capitol
Room 4202

SR 7
Tuesday, February 17
12:30pm
State Capitol
Room 4203

I'm gathering information on carpools for anyone who may be driving up that way. If you are willing to share gas expenses, or to drive a carpool, email me back. I'm looking forward to meeting you!

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