AFP NM - Wolves in Government Clothing
Friday, October 4, 2013 from 1:00 PM to 9:30 PM (MDT)
Wolves in Government Clothing
Location: Embassy Suites, 1000 Woodward Place NE, Albuquerque, NM, 87102
1:00pm Film screening 'Wolves in Government Clothing'
2:00-3:00pm Panel: The Consequences of Artificial Wolf Introduction
3:00-4:00pm Panel: Reforming the Endangered Species Act
6:00-8:30pm US Fish & Wildlife Service Hearing on Expanding the New Mexico wolf population
Join us on Friday, October 4th for a free lunch and screening of our documentary Wolves in Government Clothing, followed by a panel discussion on the consequences of misguided wolf policies, the ESA and why wolves don't belong in New Mexico. The US Fish and Wildlife Service is holding a public comment hearing in Albuquerque on the same evening. Armed with the facts, we will attend the public hearing and take a stand against radical environmentalists who want to use the ESA to force more wolves into our state. For citizens and taxpayers the ESA has become a nightmare.
If we don't control predators in government- and the wild- they will control us.
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Americans for Prosperity - New Mexico
Americans for Prosperity (AFP) is committed to educating citizens about economic policy and mobilizing those citizens as advocates in the public policy process. AFP is an organization of grassroots leaders who engage citizens in the name of limited government and free markets on the local, state, and federal levels. AFP grassroots activists advocate for public policies that champion the principles of entrepreneurship and fiscal and regulatory restraint. To that end, AFP supports:
Cutting taxes and government spending in order to halt the encroachment of government in the economic lives of citizens by fighting proposed tax increases and pointing out evidence of waste, fraud, and abuse.
Removing unnecessary barriers to entrepreneurship and opportunity by sparking citizen involvement early in the regulatory process in order to reduce red tape.
Restoring fairness to our judicial system
Joe Montes - State Director
Pam Wolfe - Field Coordinator