Cleveland, Ohio, January 25, 2007: Rep. Dennis Kucinich, (10th Dist., Ohio) - the only Presidential contender who has voted against every authorization and funding appropriation for the war in Iraq - will jet from a massive peace march in Washington D.C. on Saturday for two days of appearances at end-the-war events in San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Immediately following the march in D.C.,, the Congressman will fly to the West Coast for two days of meetings and events to detail his 12-point plan to end the war and bring U.S. troops home.
Information on January 27 actions and protests:
SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA: Saturday, January 27, 7 p.m.: First Unitarian Universalist Church, 1187 Franklin Street (at Geary), San Francisco. A forum co-sponsored by eleven national and local organizations, including U.S. Labor Against the War, Bay Area Labor Committee for Peace and Justice, United for Peace and Justice, and Code Pink.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA: Sunday, January 28, 4 p.m.: St. Matthias Episcopal Church, 7056 Washington Avenue(corner of Washington and Wardman), Whittier. .A forum hosted by the Whittier Area Peace and Justice Coalition. Also participating will be representatives from Iraq Veterans Against the War, Military Families Speak Out, Los Angeles Chapter of U.S. Labor Against the War, and the ANSWER Coalition.
Conyers-Kucinich NATIONAL HEALTH PLAN
Earlier on Sunday, Kucinich will be in Culver City to unveil a new national health insurance plan that he and U.S. Rep. John Conyers (D-MI) introduced yesterday.
Kucinich, now in his sixth term in Congress from the pivotal state of Ohio, is the only Presidential candidate from either party to announce a comprehensive plan to end the war, bring U.S. troops home, and establish an international peace-keeping force in Iraq. This is Kucinich's first trip to California this year.
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