Klobuchar to host tele-town hall meeting Sunday
Sen. Amy Klobuchar announced she will be hosting a tele-town hall meeting Sunday evening for Minnesota constituents to discuss health care reform. She will be joined by Mayo Clinic President and CEO Dr. Denis Cortese.
The town hall meeting will be live and allow constituents to ask questions, according to the release. Unfortunately this allows the real health care reform protesters a chance to say something inappropriate without being mocked by the world in a YouTube video. And we'll miss all of the screams, interruptions, and terribly incorrect facts normally spewed in the middle of intelligent conversation. Klobuchar sure knows how to control dissent.
Details on signing up for a space on the call list below.
WHEN: Sunday, Aug. 23, 2009 at 7 p.m. Central time
In order to participate, you must sign up here. Registration closes Friday at noon.
Once you have registered on the site, you will receive an automated reminder call on Friday evening. You will receive another call on Sunday to be joined to the tele-town hall.
If you have additional questions, call Klobuchar's office at 1-888-224-9043
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