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Do you think citizens should be required to give their addresses in order to speak at a public board meeting? If you speak on something that would offend someone to the point of them making threats against you, would you want your address on the public record, accessible to the public at any time?

What if there was legislation in place that helped protect your privacy and your security while letting you speak to your government, as you are entitled to do? Should there be a law prohibiting governing bodies in the State of Texas from forcing you to reveal your personal information, such as addresses, on the public record unless you choose to reveal that information?

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Notice of Special Convention - http://www.meetup.com/collinlp/events/123619142/


If you are interested, we are trying to expand membership in the Collin County Libertarian Party. Here are a few places to get connected:

1. CCLP Facebook Group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/82763447127/

2. Our mailing list - http://eepurl.com/A7mrj <-- mailchimp site

3. If you are free on the evening of July 1 at 7pm, we are having a meetup and Special Convention (don't be intimidated by the word Convention) at 5th Street Pizza (inside Stacy Furniture 75/McDermott). We will be electing a new Vice Chair. Here is the MeetUp invitation - http://www.meetup.com/collinlp/events/123619142/

If you can make it, that would be fantastic. Also, please let your friends who might be interested know as well. The more the merrier

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