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Action Radio is the synergy of radio broadcast technology, the internet, the radio audience, articles, podcasts, news videos, state and federal legislators, the governors, and even the President, in an entirely new way to make our laws.  The citizens, us, we will write the bills, online, and on the air, for submission to the various legislators.  Then we will lobby our bills with as large an audience as we can build.

 

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