LaMalfa in Yuba City

When:
February 23, 2018 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
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Where:
Hillcrest Catering at the Plaza Room
210 Julie Dr. Yuba City

LaMalfa in Yuba City – Bring signs & stand up for women’s rights
Public · Hosted by Our Revolution Chico

Friday, February 23 at 11:30 AM – 1 PM

Hillcrest Catering at The Plaza Room
210 Julie Dr, Yuba City, California 95991

If you’ve still got your sweet signs from the Women’s March don’t miss your chance to tell LaMalfa what you think directly!

He’ll be in Yuba City for February’s monthly Sutter Yuba Republican Women’s luncheon.

Oh, the irony.

A bit of history on #LaMalfasWarOnWomen

• Voted no on pregnancy and childbirth leave for employees (2011).

• Voted no on wage discrimination penalties (2006).

• Voted no on paid sick leave for California employees (2008).

• Voted no on the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act (2013), which reduced the number of women killed by their partners by 43 percent and reduced partner violence against women by 53 percent.

Read this before you come, so you know what your rights are and where you can legally protest:
https://www.aclu.org/sites/default/files/field_pdf_file/kyr_protests.pdf

—–Where can I engage in free speech activity?

Generally, all types of expression are constitutionally protected in traditional “public forums” such as streets, sidewalks, and parks. In addition, your speech activity may be permitted to take place at other public locations that the government has opened up to similar speech activities, such as the plazas in front of government buildings.

—-What about free speech activity on private property?

The general rule is that the owners of private property may set rules limiting your free speech. If you disobey the property owner’s rules, they can order you off their property (and have you arrested for trespassing if you do not comply).

—–If organizers have not obtained a permit, where can a march take place?

If marchers stay on the sidewalks and obey traffic and pedestrian signals, their activity is constitutionally protected even without a permit. Marchers may be required to allow enough space on the sidewalk for normal pedestrian traffic and may not maliciously obstruct or detain passers-by.