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2 Reportback Questions

Which number(s) for Gov. Granholm did you call? (You can call more than one to really get the message through.)
Main office in Lansing 517-373-3400
SE Michigan office in Detroit, 313-456-0010
Northern Michigan office in Marquette, 906-228-2850

Please check off any that apply to you:
I run a Michigan small business that relies on the Internet.
I am not a small business, but do have a compelling story about how Internet freedom affects me, my family, or my organization.

MoveOn is a member of the Coalition, along with leading consumer groups, Craig from Craigslist, and 750 other organizations. As we prepare to push Internet freedom legislation in the Democratic Congress, we need help -- planning events, helping fellow coalition members figure out how to reach out to their memberships on Internet freedom issues, recruiting new coalition members locally and nationally, etc. Would you like to get more actively involved with the Save The Internet campaign? (We will follow up with you.)

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