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Public event to discuss impact of President's healthcare act on Arkansas
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Public event to discuss impact of President's healthcare act on Arkansas

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (KTHV) -- Dick Morris, a former advisor to Senator Trent Lott and President Bill Clinton and frequent Fox News commentator, will be in Hot Springs Friday to discuss the President’s healthcare act and its impact on Arkansas residents.

Morris will join Ben Domenech of the Heartland Institute and Teresa Oelke, Arkansas director of Americans for Prosperity Foundation. The event will be from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday at the Fountain Lake High School Auditorium, 4207 Park Ave. The Town Hall format will allow audience members to participate in thediscussion of the healthcare act and its short-term and long-term effects.

"We are now facing an addition of $530 billion to federal deficits and an increase in spending of up to $1.15 trillion over the next decade from the President's healthcare law," said Oelke. "This is a great opportunity for Arkansans to find out how their families will be affected."

Americans for Prosperity Foundation (AFP Foundation) is a nationwide organization of citizenleaders committed to advancing every individual's right to economic freedom and opportunity. AFP Foundation believes reducing the size and intrusiveness of government is the best way topromote individual productivity and prosperity for all Americans. AFP Foundation educates and engages citizens to support restraining state and federal government growth and returning government to its constitutional limits. AFP Foundation is more than 1.8 million activists strong, with activists in all 50 states. AFP Foundation has 34 state chapters and affiliates.

More than 90,000 Americans in all 50 states have made a financial constribution to AFP or AFP Foundation. For more information, visit http://www.americansforprosperityfoundation.com.

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