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How Do We Revive Our Democracy?


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The Boulder County League of Women Voters is a co-sponsor and financial supporter of the free program, ‘How We Revive Our Democracy’ that will take place October 2, 2012, from 6:30 to 9:30 P.M. at the University of Colorado, Boulder Humanities Building, 1B50. The program will include a screening of the film, Patriocracy, followed by a live streamed panel discussion.

The film provides a non-partisan examination of Washington dysfunction and explores the extreme polarization in America that cripples the country in tackling its most serious problems. Panelists will include Mickey Edwards, former Republican Oklahoma Congressman; David Skaggs, former Democratic Colorado Congressman; and Bob Edgar, President and CEO of Common Cause.

The program will be preceded at 5:45 P.M. by a reception and discussion with the Patriocracy filmmakers, Brian and Cindy Malone of Castle Rock.

Registration is required and begins the week of Sept 10 at: http://lawweb.colorado.edu/apps/eventRegistration/patriocracy/

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