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Americans for Prosperity bus tour at Dan Nicholas Park at 11:30

Americans for Prosperity’s Patients First Bus Tour will be in the area today.
“Americans are fired up about health care, and the bus tour gives more people the opportunity to come out and get involved,” said Dallas Woodhouse, state director of Americans for Prosperity and Patients First effort.
“They’ve heard enough proposals from Washington that give government all the decision-making power. It is time for citizens to tell their legislators to stop, turn around, and pursue real reforms that put patients first.”
Citizens will be urged to call their senators, visit their district offices, and sign the Patients First petition. The petition asks all members of Congress to oppose any legislation that imposes greater government control over health care and results in fewer choices for patients and their families. It can be viewed at www.JoinPatientsFirst.com.
The schedule is listed below. Please note the schedule is subject to change. Visit www.afpnc.com to check for updates.
Wednesday
Kannapolis Rally/Press Conference
10:00 am
Veteran’s Park Gazebo
North Main & First Street
Kannapolis, NC 28083
Salisbury Rally/Press Conference
11:30 am
Dan Nicholas Park, Shelter 2
6800 Bringle Ferry Road
Salisbury, NC 28146
Lexington Rally/Press Conference
1:00 pm
Direct Furniture Outlet
37 Parkway Plaza
Lexington, NC 27292
High Point Rally/Press Conference with Charlotte Mayor Pat McCrory
2:30 pm
Harley-Davidson of High Point
2001 Brentwood Street
High Point, NC 27263

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