Dear Friends,

President Bush has nominated Harriet Miers to the U.S. Supreme Court which may very well have a monumental impact on the future health and safety of women in this country, on the future of gay rights, on the future of privacy rights, and many other basic civil rights that are being threatened by the religious right and by the "war of terror". We in Wisconsin are lucky enough to have two Senators on the Judiciary committee. They can have a big impact on the confirmation, and you can have a big impact on their choices. They need to ask Miers tough questions regarding her views and see that she answers. Making a phone call to Senators Kohl and Feingold is easy, takes only a few minutes, and lets them know how strongly their constituents feel about the matter. Please call and urge them to confirm only those nominees who will uphold fundamental civil rights, including reproductive choice.

Russ Feingold's contact info is:

506 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510-4904
(202) 224-5323
TDD (202) 224-1280
Fax (202) 224-2725

Herb Kohl's contact info is:

330 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20510-4903
DC Phone: 202-224-5653
DC Fax: 202-224-9787

And, while we are one the topic of choice ... :) Here's the last event in the three month Artist's for Choice series:

Tuesday, October 11
in the Sidecar of Cafe Montmartre
featured event: Wis-Kino Filmmaking Collaborative hosts an
evening of independent film and filmmakers including films by
Establishment Productions, Wis-Kino Filmmaking Collaborative,
and introducing "The Defenders" (a historical documentary about
Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin) by Trilobyte Pictures

Doors open at 8pm at Cafe' Montmartre, the festivities kick off at at 9pm
and cost $5.

Thanks muchly. You all rock.

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