Indivisible KC Week of July 31 - Kansas Menu

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Hello fellow Kansans,

We had a lot to celebrate this past week.

First, we did it. TrumpCare is dead, and ObamaCare remains the law of the land. This was accomplished because of you. You made the phone calls, wrote letters, and visited the offices of your members of Congress. We thank you.

Second, we found out Governor Brownback has been nominated by Trump to be an Ambassador At Large for Religious Freedom. Although this position sounds like it’s made up, it is very, very real. In fact, when Obama made the nomination, he picked a rabbi.

We jumped the gun when we first heard the news, because of a misstatement in a newspaper article, and we appreciated all the hallelujahs, but he has not yet resigned. He must be confirmed by the Senate, which everyone feels will be straight-forward, since he was member of the upper chamber for 16 years. Brownback will leave his post as one of the most unpopular Governors in the country. His Supply-Side Economics put Kansas in a fiscal crisis and downgraded the state’s credit rating several times during his tenure.

The new Governor will be our current Lt. Governor Jeff Colyer. Here's an article of what we can expect.

This is what we have going for the week of July 31.

Tuesday, August 1 All Day
Tuesday is the Primary Election. This will determine local elected officials, such as school board members, city councilpersons, and mayors. Go Vote. Click HERE for details.

Tuesday, August 1 at Noon
We will visit Senator Roberts office to ask him to support a bi-partisan bill to be introduced into the Senate to prevent a president from firing a special counsel. Click HERE for details.

Friday, August 4 at Noon
We will visit Senator Roberts office to ask him to support a bi-partisan bill to be introduced into the Senate to prevent a president from firing a special counsel. Click HERE for details.

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