April 2019: Monthly CCL Actions

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2e868f4b684eb449e5199bc4e65bef5a-huge-snCCL's Monthly Actions for April 2019:

  1. Post photos of your April outreach events on Twitter
  2. Start a Dialing Congress Campaign in your district or state
  3. Laser talk exercise: Economic impacts of pricing carbon (CCL Main Site link)

For the full April action sheet agenda document and details, go to: www.cclusa.org/actionsheet

April's Monthly Speaker & Meeting
Rev. Susan Hendershot, Interfaith Power & Light (bio)

Playback options for meetings:
Watch or download the video recording. Or listen to the podcast on PodBean or iTunes.

Connect with your local group to see when they meet!  
Posted by Brett Cease on Apr 9, 2019 6:35 PM America/Los_Angeles

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