From: Gene Underwood <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, Oct 4, 2016 at 4:01 PM
Subject: FW: Hey President Obama, that's illegal
To: 99th District Tea Party <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Oct. 4, 2016
The House and the Senate are in recess until Nov. 14 and the vice presidential candidates debate tonight. Here is your weekly insight: The Obama administration is illegally trying to keep Obamacare alive. Congress set in motion a massive spending binge and then left town. Also, a D.C. Council committee is expected to vote on physician-assisted suicide. Take notes, we have the best conservative policy recommendations right here.
Hey President Obama, that's illegal.
Get ready for a spending binge on Capitol Hill.
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Thursday afternoon, Lindsay Burke, Heritage's Will Skillman fellow in education, will talk about education savings accounts at the 24th State Policy Network Annual Meeting in Nashville, Tennessee.
Friday, Nick Loris, Heritage's Herbert and Joyce Morgan research fellow in energy and environmental policy, will speak at Penn State University on climate change regulations.
This is some good information from the Herriage Foundation. Don't forget the Vice Presidential Candidate Debate tonight and Scroll down for the Heritage email.
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