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The level of LaRouchePAC activity in the state legislatures during the National Glass-Steagall Week of Action surpassed by a significant margin any previous week in LPAC's growing mobilization. Here's a sketch to get the sweep of the state activity in one place:
by Rachel Brown
On Thursday the Maine state Senate passed, by acclamation, Senate Paper 465 — "Joint Resolution Memorializing the United States Congress to Reinstitute the Glass Steagall Act." Going into the session, 12 out of the 35 members of the Senate were officially co-sponsors. (Of the 12, 9 are Democrats; 3 Republicans).
In a major intervention against the financial oligarchy's desperate fascist drive to save its dying Eurozone, the daily Hellada (Greece) published a hard-hitting interview with Jacques Cheminade, former French Presidential candidate and LaRouche movement leader in France, today.
Mass protests swept across Spain today, to protest the Mariano Rajoy government's "suicidal" austerity, which is tearing apart society, driving millions into poverty, eliminating social services and trade union benefits, and dismantling any semblance of a social safety net.
'They were shocked and awed" were the words of one Virginia based LaRouchePAC activist who participated in Wednesday's Day of Action on Capitol Hill. And he was right. The second intense day of LaRouhePAC organizing of Congress was even more effective than Tuesday's effort, and the cumulative impact of all of the organizing will truly hit Congress and the country like a shock front.
LaRouche PAC field organizing is being covered in local newspapers with articles that explicitly identify the Glass- Steagall and War Powers bills that are now before Congress.
by Kesha Rogers and Rachel Brown
In June 2012, Jacques Cheminade's party Solidarité & Progrès ran 78 candidates in the general legislative election, including over a dozen candidates for new districts for French citizens living abroad.
South Dakota's Daily Republic published a letter to the editor in its March 9 edition from LPAC organizer Ron Wieczorek, underscoring the need to restore society's "harmony with natural law," and urging readers to call their legislators to demand immediate reinstatement of Glass-Steagall.