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  • EVEN WITH EYES ON SENATE, PRESSURE MOUNTS ON DARRELL ISSA July 17, 2017MEDIA ADVISORYJULY 17, 2017SAN DIEGO – San Diego County Indivisible groups focus on the pending Republican health care bill and urge California’s senators to do all they can to #KilltheBill.District 49 heats up with enduring Vista protests and grassroots action in Encinitas. TUESDAY JULY 189 – 10 AM [NEW TIME FOR SUMMER HEAT]Happy Birthday, Medicare & Medicaid Rally1800 Thibodo Road Vista 92081Constituents gather outside the office of Rep. Darrell...

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  • INDIVISIBLE TO PARTICIPATE IN PRIDE PARADE July 10, 2017MEDIA ADVISORYJULY 10, 2017SAN DIEGO – Indivisible 49 and others protested Rep. Darrell Issa (CA-49) as he marched in the Oceanside Fourth of July parade and were ready to do the same in Rancho Santa Fe. But Issa was a no-show at the second parade. Indivisible 49 followed up on July 7 with a successful snap action protesting outside a private Issa fundraiser, also in Rancho Santa Fe. Indivisible and its coalition partners now...

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  • July 3, 2017MEDIA ADVISORYJULY 3, 2017SAN DIEGO – Here is the event schedule for San Diego County Indivisible for the week of July 3, 2017. NOTE: Constituents of Rep. Darrell Issa (CA-49) will do voter outreach during the July 4th holiday and resume weekly protests outside his Vista office on Tuesday, July 11. TUESDAY JULY 410 AM – 5 PMUniversity City Voter Outreach and RegistrationStandley Park 3585 Governor Drive San Diego 92122Indivisible groups host voter outreach and register voters at the...

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  • CITY OF VISTA ALLOWS WEEKLY PROTESTS TO CONTINUE THIS SUMMER June 28, 2017FOR IMMMEDIATE RELEASEJUNE 28, 2017VISTA – Attempts to restrict peaceful protests outside the district office of embattled Rep. Darrell Issa (CA-49) have failed, as the City of Vista issued a three-month permit this week allowing the rallies to continue. The weekly protests, launched as Resist Trump Tuesdays after the January inauguration, have become the largest and longest-running congressional rallies in the nation, regularly drawing 300 – 800 citizens. Following...

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  • HOLDS CANDLELIGHT VIGIL FOR HEALTH CARE VOTE June 25, 2017MEDIA ADVISORYJUNE 26, 2017SAN DIEGO –  This week, San Diegans join the nation in anticipation of a potentially catastrophic vote in the U.S. Senate on Thursday. The Better Care Reconciliation Act would transfer health care funding for millions of low- and moderate-income citizens to the wealthiest Americans in the form of massive tax cuts. If this GOP-sponsored legislation passes, millions of Americans will lose health care. In San Diego County, more...

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