You may have heard Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul is coming to Arizona next week.
He’s hoping to help push HB 2014 -- which has already passed the state House -- through the Arizona Senate and into law.
HB 2014 takes a major step toward ending the Federal Reserve’s monopoly on money, a very important issue for Campaign for Liberty.
It does so by expanding the definition of legal tender to include gold, silver, and other precious metals, and it exempts “exchanges of legal tender” from state capital gains taxes.
By allowing the people of Arizona to use something other than Fed-created fiat currency, HB 2014 will help Arizonans survive the next inevitable recession caused by the Federal Reserve.
You can probably imagine the Fed is not happy about this bill. They don’t want to have to compete with other currency sources.
That’s why it’s critical you and I do everything we can to show Arizona senators their constituents support this measure.
Dr. Paul himself will help us hand-deliver your petition on Wednesday, March 8.
That’s how important it is for him to help push HB 2014 into law in Arizona.
This is really a once in a lifetime opportunity. . .
I don’t know of any other time when Dr. Paul personally walked among the grassroots to hand-deliver a petition to state legislators!
Passing HB 2014 will make Arizona more attractive to the growing number of people seeking alternatives to fiat money. . .
It would allow them to protect themselves, their families, and their businesses from the ill effects of Federal Reserve policy.
That means HB 2014 will attract new investments and jobs to Arizona.
The use of fiat money is finally coming to its invaluable and unavoidable end.
By passing HB 2014, Arizona legislators would ensure you have the ability to protect yourself from the reckless actions of Congress and the Federal Reserve.
And the tax exemption allows you to keep more of your hard earned money.
Please sign your petition today, and ask your friends and family in Arizona to do the same.
Tags: Ron Paul, Audit the Fed, Arizona, HB 2014