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Myrick to dialogue with Muslim community

US Representative Sue Myrick (NC-09) today announced a ‘Conversation with America’ town hall meeting to be held on February 25th at 7:30pm at the Government Center of Charlotte. During this town hall meeting, Rep. Myrick will dialogue with the local Muslim community. The event is free and open to the public.

By |February 2nd, 2010|Washington|0 Comments

Myrick signs onto bi-partisan (!!) affordable housing bill

US Representative Sue Myrick (NC-09) has joined the entire North Carolina Congressional delegation in supporting an affordable housing bill that will allow nonprofit organizations to promote responsible homeownership for low-income and disabled individuals and families.

The Nonprofit Mortgage Licensing Clarification Act, H.R. 4400, was introduced by Rep. Heath Shuler (NC-11), and amends the Secure and Fair Enforcement (S.A.F.E.) for Mortgage Licensing Act to exempt nonprofit groups – such as Habitat for Humanity – from certain regulations and federal licensing requirements.

“Even before I was elected Mayor of Charlotte, I was involved with Habitat for Humanity,” Rep. Myrick said. […]

By |February 1st, 2010|Washington|0 Comments

Want to hear Joe Wilson’s reaction to The State of the Union tonight?

You can follow him live on Facebook! Wilson will respond and take questions live via streaming video on Facebook. No lie.

The press release:

“Joe Wilson will be giving the first-ever live video response to a Presidential State of the Union address on Facebook. He will give his reaction to President Obama’s speech and call on Congress and the President to stop their government-takeover of health care and instead focus their attention on job creation by reducing taxes and limiting spending. Wilson will then take questions submitted online through his Facebook page. […]

By |January 27th, 2010|Washington|1 Comment

Stimulus dollars sent to bogus zip codes: ‘Much ado about nothing?’

The Carolinajournal.com, whose publisher is Mint Hill Times columnist John Hood, reports that $2.5 million in federal stimulus dollars were allocated to zip codes which do not exist. Deputy Press Secretary for the Recovery Act Jim Gilio said this was a human error, and that recipients simply wrote down the wrong zip code and all […]

By |January 11th, 2010|Washington|1 Comment