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May 1, 2006 Press Conference; Get the Other Side of the Immigration Debate

HT: Michelle Malkin and Pajamas Media.

I wish I could make it to this one, but I doubt it. I thought I would spread the word.
Contact: Ira Mehlman, 310-821-4283 or 213-700-0407 (cell); Susan Wysoki, 804-673-1939 or 804-221-7084 (cell)

News Advisory:
-- May 1, 2006 Press Conference; Get the Other Side of the Immigration Debate

-- Hispanic Coalition Tells Illegal Alien Protesters, 'You Don't Speak for Me!'

Members of "You Don't Speak for Me" include a cross section of the Hispanic American community: lawyers, doctors, teachers, scientists, former government and military officials, who are immigrants and children of immigrants, such as: Pete Nunez (former Assistant Secretary of Treasury, & U.S. Attorney for San Diego), Col. Al Rodriguez, Ret., a highly decorated war veteran, Claudia Spencer, Ogla Robles, Rosa Candaleria, Mariann S. Davis, Esq. and more...

Press Conference/Media Briefing of Hispanic Coalition "You Don't Speak for Me." Topics discussed will be: Illegal Immigration, supporting strong border enforcement and no amnestia!

10 a.m. Monday May 1

National Press Club, Murrow Room 529 14th Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20045

RSVP: Ira Mehlman: 310-821-4283 or 213-700-0407 (cell)

Or Susan Wysoki: (804) 673-1939 or 804-221-7084 (cell)

Space is limited


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