A political group that has organized unions between state legislators and residents with the cause of protecting the powers of the states and rights of the people will be visiting Cache Valley Saturday, June 19.The Patrick Henry Caucus’ co-founder, Utah Rep. Carl Wimmer, will visit the south pavilion at Merlin Olsen Park at 5 p.m. for a casual evening. Attendees are being asked to bring a picnic dinner and beverages to the event.There will not be a formal program, instead, the event will focus on allowing guests to engage in a discussion with caucus legislators on state and federal issues pertaining to the 10th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. The group will also discuss the 12 state sovereignty bills that were passed in the Legislature last year, as well as future goals.The PHC was formed in 2009 by a group of Utah Representatives to be the legislative voice of the 9-12, Tea Party and other citizen political activist groups. The focus of PHC is to unify citizens and state legislators in an effort to reassert the powers of the states and to preserve individual freedoms. Visit www.ThePatrickHenryCaucus.org for more information. Contact PublicRelations@thepatrickhenrycaucus.org with inquiries about this event.
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