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CA RSOL Meeting in Los Angeles – July 25

California RSOL will return its monthly meeting to Los Angeles on July 25. As usual, the location is the ACLU Building at 1313 W. 8th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90017. Start time is 10 am.

We will focus on current topics, including pending legislation and legal actions as well as offer an opportunity for networking with others.

We welcome registrants, friends and family and other supporters to attend. The meeting is off-limits to media and government officials in order to ensure everyone’s privacy. There is no charge to attend.

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  1. Jim

    looking forwards to seeing everyone again!!!!!

  2. Mark V

    I am so grateful for those meetings. See you all there!

  3. Janice Bellucci

    We will have a lot to discuss at this meeting — our “scorecard” for legislation this year, the protest in Carson and the residency restrictions lawsuits. As always, the meeting is open to registered citizens, family members and supporters.

  4. Nicholas Maietta

    I would have gone, but no money available until August to do this. Please start letting us know more than a month in advance and we’ll try and to schedule and budget this in to go to these events. The minivan is ready otherwise.

    • just me

      Then YOU Nicholas get started in FRESNO.
      Don’t COMPLAIN why you can’t go
      Don’t EXPLAIN why you can’t go

      JUST DO IT!!

      Find a place that will open the door to you FREE

    • Cool CA RC

      (cough cough) you had rider in your van that help paid for the gas the last time.. where are they now?

      • Nicholas Maietta

        This is true. Except this month is strange because I just moved from my first home back into an RV and into an RV park, thanks to a horrible manager at the mobile home community where I was. The costs of preparing the RV which had been in storage for that last few months has taken a toll on the budget.

        Another person here mentioned starting something here in Fresno. I do have a contact here who can help with that if this was to be an option right now. I am self employed and also volunteering in the cause in other ways so my time is very limited. There are things we can all be doing.

        My minivan is ready for the long drive, so it’s just a matter of budget and schedule and availability of someone to take care of my fish and 3 cats. If i do this, i’ll get in touch with you, i do have your phone number if it’s still good.

    • Robert Curtis

      If money is the problem I’ll give you a part time job in your area. Training is free and clients are everywhere…only catch is you’ll be asked to leverage this newly found position as a means to promote the fight for all of our rights in society. I’m training a few guys right now, but I’m ready to train others. The starting course will take place in your area with hands on one-on-one training. I am a registrant training registrants. Now lets get to work!

      • Nicholas Maietta

        I’m pretty sure we met in either San Diego, Los Angeles or Sacramento in the last year or so. I know what it is that you do for a living and i do like it, but not something i’m ready to switch to doing even part time. I already have a workload and uncompleted projects, several of which will pay me good. My problem isn’t as much about money as it is about timing. Short notices to conferences that are a half a state away are my big issue. Without advanced (more than 30 days notice), i will not be able to plan ahead.

        On a side note, i have you in my list of people to contact in the next few months for another project i am working on relating to employment or income opportunities specifically for registrants. I always encourage registrants to work for themselves if they have the means to and more often than not a registered citizen who is down on their luck puts them in the unique position to move forward with alternative income opportunities that use very little in the way of resources.

        I mean think about it, even a homeless person made hundreds of dollars in a day by standing in line for that hot new apple product, selling their spot to the highest bidder. He did very little but gained a lot. Opportunities are everywhere, but sometimes it hard to see. Sometimes a crazy imagination is really what a person needs before they see something that can work.

      • Timmr

        “I am a registrant training registrants”
        I can’t tell you enough how glad I am you are doing this. If my business bottoms out, I will give you a call. Work is a virtue and a right, not a privilege, glad you are are providing a means to empowerment for RSO’s.

  5. Steve Whang

    May I attend at this meeting?
    I would like to help my son who was convicted.

    • welcome

      yes, I am happy when parents get involved in their children’s fight with this.

      This don’t have much impact on my mother as it does on my father.

      My mother don’t see this as a hardship.

  6. AV Homeless Vet

    Sorry all i cannot attend today. I am at a homeless veteran stand down in Lancaster CA http://www.va.gov/homeless/events.asp . I am a Prayer Warrior and a fighter against evil. We have paid our debts and now I fight daily (24/7 against: snitches, stalking, roving stake-outs…) to maintain my right to freedom! Welcome if you are new, fight for good, WATCH sneaky traps, study the law.

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