LIBRE Announces First National Day of Action
(Washington, D.C.) – Today the LIBRE Initiative announced its first National Day of Action of 2014. On Saturday, October 4th, LIBRE volunteers will go door to door and make phone calls spreading the message of economic freedom and registering the policy concerns of the U.S. Latino community. From now through the end of the month of October, each weekend will feature such a LIBRE Day of Action.
Daniel Garza, Executive Director of The LIBRE Initiative, released the following statement:
"There is so much uncertainty in our nation at this moment. Big government policies have failed to help the many Americans facing the daily struggle of making ends meet, and living paycheck-to-paycheck as wage growth has stalled, median income remains below 2008 levels and Washington politicians continue to generate more and more job-choking regulations and spend without regard to future generations.
There is still hope to get our country back on track if we make a policy course correction now – one focused on easing the tax and regulatory burden, tapping our robust energy resources and increasing educational opportunities that have proven in the past to unleash the vast capacities of the American private sector. Libre is inviting all those who believe that spreading the message of economic freedom will uphold our Constitutional liberties, improve our communities' well-being and grow our Nation's strength and prosperity to visit our website and sign up."