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Special White House Call on Budget for Pennsylvania

From our friends at the Coalition on Human Needs

The White House has scheduled a special call this Friday to talk with people from Pennsylvania about the federal budget deficit/debt deal. The White House Office of Public Engagement welcomed our forwarding to you their message below. There will be an opportunity to ask questions. We hope you'll be able to join in, and hope you will ask a question and/or make a comment. (Tip: they often give instructions on how to ask a question right at the beginning; if so, follow the instruction right away, so you can get an early spot in the line for questions.) It would be very helpful for the White House officials on the call to be urged strongly to fight for what the country really needs - creating jobs and protecting low-income people NOW and emphasizing fair revenues and savings from reducing wasteful military spending for long-term deficit reduction. They should be asked what they plan to do in these areas.

Please join White House officials FRIDAY, August 26th at 1:00 PM EDT for a Budget Update Conference Call.

Please RSVP to with your name, organization, and city, state.

Thank you,

The White House Office of Public Engagement

WHAT: White House Budget Update
WHEN: FRIDAY, August 26th
Start Time 1:00 PM EDT
Dial In: (800) 230-1074
Passcode Title: Pennsylvania White House Budget Update

This call is off the record and not for press purposes


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