The signatures to be gathered was never in question - and it will take a huge turnout from District 11 voters opposed to John Morse to make this recall happen. We do not think it will be successful. If you would like to volunteer to assist in the process to encourage voters to keep Senator Morse in office, you can sign up below.
If you would like to participate in the on-line Marijuana Survey: Allow or Ban, soon coming before city council, please indicate in the comment section of the registration from and we will be happy to forward it to you. Thank you.
Curious. 'The Loopy one'. That covers a huge number. Which one?
100 jobs is 100 more than zero - if it puts unemployed people to work,it is a good thing even though they are call center jobs which may account for:
"With little fanfare, the Business Alliance issued this press release" Fanfare might be called for when:
At a time when local government nor the 'Big Business Community' ie RBA has failed to entice large national 'primary job' employers to the region - or significantly increase jobs, it is of great interest to read Pam's excellent articles on what may be part of the reason why. A significantly increases role and a larger seat at the table for the 'Small Business Community' appears a growing need. Small business drives the economy ! Join our growing list of individuals and small businesses in our surveys related to local issues. The 'Annual Trust and Confidence in Local Government Survey' will be out in August. The current survey: MARIJUANA: Should council allow, ban, postpone or refer to the voters?
What do you think?
The recall of John Morse is certainly a 'hot button' issue. If you are on 'the other side of the fence' and do not see the need to vote for this recall, and would like to volunteer to encourage a NO vote, please sign up - and also voice your opinion on the Marijuana Issue: Allow or Ban? Thank you.
The miltary taking over government. Locally it is now a reality coupled with the 'one trick pony from Cedar Rapids leading the RBA which has brought in one company with four employees!
Eisenhower warned us of the military-industrial complex in '52.
A total ban on the recreational sale and use of marijuana is a done deal. One can assume there will be no effort to generate any significant input on this matter. There will be one chance for the public to speak. The public will be ignored. The ban will be put into place with probably a 7/2 vote.
The new RBA, the city (particularly Bach) - this new council - the county have yet to form a cohesive body to generate the 'new primary jobs' needed for the region. With no new revenues forecast for at least a decade and rising costs, it is necessary to pander to the military to ensure there will be at least that revenue as a stable base.
Progressive communities are getting the jobs. Ultra-Conservatives are getting declining revenues.
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