Federal Action Alert – March 13, 2023

Produced by the Legislative Committee of the Coconino County Democratic Party and Democrats of the Red Rocks FEDERAL ACTION ALERT – March 13, 2023 Produced by Democrats of the Red Rocks and Coconino County Democratic Party Sen. Mark Kelly: Call (202) 224-2235 (DC); Email via his website athttps://www.kelly.senate.gov/contact/. Tag the Senator at @senmarkkelly.Sen. Kyrsten Sinema: […]

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AZ Legislative Alert – March 13, 2023

COCONINO COUNTY DEMOCRATS ARIZONA LEGISLATIVE ALERT March 13, 2023 LD 1 / LD 7 REPRESENTATIVE SPONSORED BILLS SB 1324 – BENNETT – OPPOSE – Would require copies of digital ballot images to be made publicly available online.  Besides obvious privacy concerns, this may only generate more mistrust in our democracy.  CONTACT BENNETT DIRECT. HB 2332 […]

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Federal Action Alert – March 5, 2023

Produced by the Legislative Committee of the Coconino County Democratic Party and Democrats of the Red Rocks A. Stop the CocnocoPhillips’ Willow Project in the Western Arctic! Demand thatPresident Biden halt the approval of the largest pending oil and gas project anywhere onFederal Lands. It is a carbon bomb that could pour hundreds of millions […]

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AZ Legislative Alert – March 5, 2023

COCONINO COUNTY DEMOCRATS ARIZONA LEGISLATIVE ALERT March 5, 2023 LD 7/LD-1 REPRESENTATIVE SPONSORS SB 1109 – ROGERS – OPPOSE – Would legalize gun silencers!! USE RTS!SB 1182 – BENNETT – OPPOSE – Would allocate state tax dollars to private, religious and for-profit universities at the expense of Arizona’s three public state universities! USE RTS!SB 1234 […]

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Flagstaff City Council ACTION ALERT

Flagstaff City Council will have a final vote on an Abortion Rights Resolution this Tuesday, March 7th 3 PM at the City Council meeting at City Hall.  Opponents have been emailing the council since the last meeting when they voted to move this forward.   Let’s show our support and thank them for taking a stand […]

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AZ Legislative Alert – February 26, 2023

COCONINO COUNTY DEMOCRATS ARIZONA LEGISLATIVE ALERT February 26, 2023 Spotlight Issue 1: Avoid Another “Ohio Chernobyl” As news continues to break about the recent train derailment in Ohio, it’s becoming clear that the train’s excessive length played a role. What many people don’t know is that Arizona’s two main railroads have been running trains that are even […]

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Federal Action Alert – February 26, 2023

Produced by the Legislative Committee of the Coconino County Democratic Party and Democrats of the Red Rocks A. Pass the Protect Our Credit Act of 2023!! Demand our Senators support and pass theProtect Our Credit Act of 2023. This act would allow the President to raise the debt limitto avoid default unilaterally. Congress could then […]

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Action Alert – Flagstaff City Council Resolution re: SCOTUS Dobbs decision

Flagstaff City Council agreed to move forward with a resolution opposing the Dobbs decision and the State Legislatures efforts to ban abortion.  The public and the 6 supporting Democratic City Council members were eloquent in their testimony.  Only Independent and Wendy Rogers ally Lori Matthews opposed a resolution saying it should not be something the council […]

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Flagstaff City Council ACTION ALERT

Tomorrow (2/21), Flagstaff City Council will consider the Flagstaff Abortion Alliance’s petition for a resolution declaring 1) council’s opposition to the Dobbs decision and SB 1164, and 2) support for the right to an abortion. In the fight to restore abortion rights and access, we are initially asking for protection from prosecution for providers and […]

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Federal Action Alert – February 19, 2023

Produced by the Legislative Committee of the Coconino County Democratic Party and Democrats of the Red Rocks A. Pass the Protect Our Credit Act of 2023!! Demand our Senators support and pass theProtect Our Credit Act of 2023. This act would allow the President to raise the debt limitto avoid default unilaterally. Congress could then […]

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