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3/14/2011 6:01:31 PM
Home School Legal Defense Association
California: Action Needed to Oppose San Juan Capistrano Daytime Curfew

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California--Action Needed to Oppose San Juan Capistrano Daytime
Curfew

Dear HSLDA Members and Friends,

The San Juan Capistrano City Council is considering a daytime curfew
for children under 18. We need you to act to oppose this legislation
that undermines the freedom and liberty we enjoy in the United States.

If passed, this curfew will affect the flexibility and freedom of
homeschool students to be in public places during school hours.
Homeschool children, even those from outside San Juan Capistrano who
are just visiting, could potentially be taken to the local police
station to verify who they are and that they have a valid excuse to be
in a public place. In fact, HSLDA is currently suing Los Angeles for
false arrest of two homeschool students last year under a similar law.

Please take action, as requested below, to defend your freedom.

Our volunteer coordinator for opposing the daytime curfew ordinance is
Mrs. Virginia Thompson. She can be reached via email at
mattthompson@cox.net or by phone at (949) 496-2120.

Key people working with Virginia Thompson to oppose the proposed
daytime curfew: Robyn Nordell, Marie Stoutt, and Steve Cotugno.

ACTION ITEMS for Residents of San Juan Capistrano and bordering
cities:

1) Attend the city council meeting in support of pre-arranged speakers
on our side. We are operating under the title: SJC Citizens for
Responsible and Constitutional Laws

(Note--As a Group, we are only opposing the Daytime Curfew portion of
this proposed ordinance. There is also a night curfew provision).

Here is the link for the agenda and the proposed daytime curfew
ordinance: http://sanjuancapistrano.org/?page=25&recordid=4779

(Ordinance is linked at Item #G. 2. a.)

Location: City Council Meeting
Date: 3/15/2011
Time: Meeting starts at 6:00 PM; come 20 - 30 minutes early.
Location: City Council Chamber
32400 Paseo Adelanto, San Juan Capistrano, California 92675

2) Help us quickly gather hundreds of signatures for this petition and
bring them to the meeting with you. Turn them in to OUR coordinators
prior to the start of the meeting. You will find one of coordinators
near the entrance to the city council chambers

Top Priority for signatures: San Juan Capistrano residents.

Next Priority for signatures: Cities bordering San Juan Capistrano and
other people who frequent the city.

Who Can Sign
Teens and adults who are residents of San Juan Capistrano and
residents of nearby cities who: dine, shop, frequent business,
recreate, attend classes or engage in any number of other activities
in SJC or are owners, operators, or employees of businesses in SJC.

Download the petitions here: http://www.hslda.org/elink.asp?ID=9974 .

3) One action for SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO RESIDENTS ONLY-
Please send an email to the San Juan Capistrano mayor and city council
members respectfully asking them to OPPOSE any form of daytime curfew.
Include one or two reasons why you want the DAYTIME curfew opposed.
Send your email as soon as possible--Monday is better; Tuesday before
5 p.m. is still helpful.

Hon. Sam Allevato, Mayor at sallevato@sanjuancapistrano.org
Hon. Larry Kramer, Mayor Pro Tem at lkramer@sanjuancapistrano.org
Hon. Laura Freese at lfreese@sanjuancapistrano.org
Hon. Derek Reeve at dreeve@sanjuancapistrano.org
Hon. John Taylor atjtaylor@sanjuancapistrano.org

4) Pray that this attack on freedom will be defeated.

5) Please call homeschoolers and other freedom-loving citizens in your
area to alert them to this need as quickly as possible. Every person
you can reach by telephone is one person more likely to stop this
un-American curfew.

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-> How many acorns can a chipmunk hold in its cheeks?

We don't know! But we do know that gathering little by little
enables ordinary folks to prepare for hard times. That principle
is behind HSLDA's payment plan: by paying a month at a time,
families can receive an annual HSLDA membership. Meanwhile, they
can feel secure as they homeschool and focus on other priorities
-- their children. Don't go nuts trying to pay for membership all
at
once. Choose one of our convenient payment plans.

More reasons to join HSLDA...
http://www.hslda.org/elink.asp?id=1937

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