Saturday, February 26, 2011

Defeat SB 126: Instate Tuition for Illegal Aliens in Colorado

Last year, Colorado legislators, with the help of Tea Party, American and Republican patriots, defeated a bill which would have given in-state tuition rates to illegal aliens. Guess what? Democrat legislators are trying once again to aid and abet illegal aliens, even though they're sworn to uphold the Colorado Constitution for Colorado citizens!

This bill is SB 126, Instate Tuition for Illegal Alien Colorado Residents, or "ASSET". SB 126 has cleared the Senate Education Committee on Feb. 17 and the Senate Finance Committee on Feb. 22. Next, it goes to the Senate Appropriations Committee.

Do you understand that for every illegal alien who is admitted to a Colorado college or university, a Colorado citizen and taxpayer will be denied admission?!

Take Action! Just as we did last year, you can stop this bill from becoming law by contacting the Democrat legislators on the Senate Appropriations Committee. They are listed at the end of this blog post.

Take Additional Action! Send this link to your friends who are beginning to see that citizen patriots CAN make a difference. If you need to, sit by their side while they send the email or make the phone call. The first one is scary for people who've never done it before, yet it's very easy. Afterwards, your friend will be exhilarated, and inspired to help us take back the Republic!

Contact these CO Senators and tell them "no on SB 126":

Sen. Morgan Carroll
, D-Aurora;
Cap: 303-866-4879

Sen. Lois Tochtrop, D-Adams County
Cap: 303-866-4863

Sen. Linda Newell, D-Littleton
Cap: 303-866-4846

Sen. Cheri Jahn, D-Wheat Ridge
Cap: 303-866-4856

from Jan Herron; edited and reprinted by Crista Huff


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