COMMUNITY ACTION COUNCIL PLAN
A DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR THE NEXT 50 YEARS
This plan is a first draft. We welcome feedback and input. Feel free to email us.
Excerpt From the Introduction
“Right now, we live in a time when we can stop talking about being spiritual or religious and, instead, become more so by embracing love, courage and compassion to become fearless, as fearlessness is one of the greatest spiritual principles we can embrace in any time.
Right now, we can invoke a huge rebirth, a paradigm shift to embrace the Grace, Beauty, Intelligence and Blessings, in the form of Nature, by choosing to heal, nurture and sustain our bodies holistically in alignment with Nature’s bounty. We can decrease our reliance on synthetic and often risky medical interventions that do have their place, but only when inexpensive, effective alternative holistic therapies that get to the root cause of our lack of well-being have been exhausted. And we have a privilege, right now, of serving humankind by educating them in the same.
Right now, we can serve humanity by educating people in how, historically, the corruption of greed, when allowed to flourish unchecked, has always ruined humanity, and how, historically, love, courage and compassion have always won out in the end, being the key factors in bettering humanity in every way – so that we can become a society that values and embraces the common good, first based on reverence for our God-given rights.
And, right now, we have the amazing privilege of actually establishing a government that is for the people, by the people. And all we have to do is to get involved and become more fully engaged….”
Community Action Council of Mahoning County Ohio
Our Focus Now Is To Establish the Community Action Council (CAC) In Mahoning County.
Choose at what level you want to get involved. We are looking for citizens who want change to volunteer to lead in the following areas:
- Arranging and taking meetings with local county officials and state legislators.
- Monitoring announcements by the Governor and state health director concerning Covid mandates.
- Monitoring, reading and reporting on health-related bills being proposed to the state legislature, before they go into committee for hearings.
- Monitoring, reading and reporting on all bills pertaining to vaccination and vaccination exemptions being proposed to the state legislature, before they go into committee for hearings.
- Young adults to lead a youth and young adult council.
- Study of the U.S. Constitution and our constitutional rights.
- Arranging for CAC leaders to offer presentations in churches, temples, synagogues and other houses of worship.
- The grooming of health freedom candidates from within the community, for election to local government and the state legislature.
Call 330-539-2320 or email us
if you’d like to join our effort.
OHIOANS STAND AND FIGHT!
10/23/20 – “For too long we have sat by and watched as American values have been trampled. We have quietly stood aside and allowed our elected officials and their cronies ignore our Constitution, commit corruption, and overtly mock our values.” ~attorney Tom Renz
Good Morning Everyone,
Yesterday evening, our Governor decided that he has not caused enough damage to our people, our state, and our economy. He has destroyed our families, destroyed our businesses, destroyed our mental health, and now is doubling down. His actions are beyond the scope and we all must draw a line in the sand.
Who is the Governor to suggest we cannot have Thanksgiving with our families? Who is he to tell us how we can gather? How can this man believe it is his right to tell us how to live our lives? This is America and if I want to take a risk and jump out of a plane I can and by the same token I can choose not to wear a mask. And please to not say it is for others – if a mask helps and you want to wear it go ahead (you may want to read the warning label on the box noting that they do not stop the spread of viruses though) – I do not. Further, if it is about protecting others are we going to outlaw smoking (second hand smoke) or drinking (drunk driving kills thousands)? No we are not!
For too long we have sat by and watched as American values have been trampled. We have quietly stood aside and allowed our elected officials and their cronies ignore our Constitution, commit corruption, and overtly mock our values. Now, they are attempting to steal an election and further lock down our state in complete violation of any and all American principles.
As you all know I am doing everything I can to fight for our freedom in the Courts. That is continuing and will continue. The legal process is, however, a process and something that can only occur as fast as our system allows. We are pushing as fast as possible but have to do it properly. In the meantime, we must begin exercising our rights as Americans to say enough is enough.
Today, I strongly urge each and everyone of you to call your state and federal elected officials and say enough is enough. We also need to ask every one of our group members, friends, family, and anyone else we know to do the same. Then we need to keep calling day in and day out until our state officials grow enough spine to do their jobs and fight this fight. If your rep or senator is one of the few already doing that then thank them and keep calling. Please, whatever you do, keep calling.
Cases are meaningless and very few are actually dying of this disease. In fact, this disease is so meaningless that the CDC is reportedly going to cease tracking flu deaths this year so they can blame it on COVID to bolster the numbers.
Enough is enough. Start calling and do not stop. We must do everything we can legally do to fight this garbage. Please forward this to everyone.
Find your state legislators here: https://www.legislature.ohio.gov CALL them.
Find your federal legislators here: https://www.house.gov/representatives CALL them.
Ohio Stands Up! is a not-for-profit organization that has raised money for legal fees through GoFundMe and has now hired attorneys to sue the state for fraud for the state’s emergency Covid order issued by Governor Dewine. Please support this organization in their fight to protect our Constitutional rights.
In their own words:
“We believe that the response to COVID-19 has been the greatest fraud ever perpetrated on the American public,” attorney Thomas Renz
Read/download the Lawsuit filing of August 31st in Federal court.
Read/download the Lawsuit Evidence.
“Determined to restore the Constitutional rights that have been been stripped away by the State of Ohio’s unjustified actions regarding COVID-19, Ohio Stands Up! has filed suit in the Northern District of Ohio Federal Court to remove the emergency order. The group is represented by Thomas Renz and Robert Gargasz.”
View/download the Press Release.
Follow all the details of the case.
State of Ohio – Focus on Legislation for Health Freedom
and Protection of Our Constitutional Rights
The following are urgent bills either headed into committee or headed out of committee to the floor of state legislature for a vote. It is in your/our best interest to contact the sponsors of the indicated bill to indicate your support, or to urge committee chairs to convene committee meetings to move the bill forward.
Direct links are provided so that you can read the bills.
Links to contact information and/or links to where to find contact info are indicated below. Our state legislators need to hear from us by phone and email. Please make contact once a week, if possible, until you have a reply and/or favorable response.
House Bill 618 – “Need Ohio Working (NOW) Act”
This bill has 12 co-sponsors and is scheduled for a second hearing this Tuesday, November 17th in the State and Local Government Committee.
The bill reverses all past, current, and future orders from the Ohio Department of Health regarding the pandemic unless first approved by the Ohio General Assembly. Other than prohibiting the cancelling of an election, local boards of health will continue to have power to issue orders pertaining to the pandemic.
More information is here: https://www.legislature.ohio.gov/legislation/legislation-summary?id=GA133-HB-618
The full bill and summary is here: https://www.legislature.ohio.gov/legislation/legislation-documents?id=GA133-HB-618
Please reach out to your State Senator and House Representative and ask them to support passage of this bill.
Find your legislator here:
SB311 has passed by majority vote in the house and is now headed back to the Senate. Be prepared to answer upcoming calls to action on this legislation!
SB311 immediately rescinds the portion of the Director of Health’s order issued April 30, 2020, requiring individuals to stay home and requiring or continuing the closure of businesses. The bill specifies that all other orders or portions of orders issued by the Director on or after April 29, 2020, cease to be effective 14 days after the bill takes effect, unless the Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review (JCARR) approves extensions of those orders by a specified vote. JCARR is required to consider information submitted by a board of health regarding the impact of an extension on the board’s jurisdiction. The bill prohibits specified future orders of the Director from being effective for more than 14 days unless, at the Director’s request, JCARR approves an extension by that same vote. The bill also requires certain future orders of the Director to be signed by the Governor. The bill specifies that the Director may make certain public health rules to prevent the spread of disease only in accordance with the Administrative Procedure Act, and is prohibited from making emergency rules, rule amendments, or Office of Research and Drafting LSC Legislative Budget Office, Fiscal Note rescissions under the Act. Under the bill, any Ohio citizen is given standing to seek a court order that the Director comply with the bill’s requirements, and specifies that the citizen is not required to prove that irreparable harm will result if the court does not issue the order. The bill also prohibits executive action that would prohibit in-person high school graduations or restrict in-person high school graduations in specified ways.
Please also call and email members of the Ohio State and Local Government Committee, contact information can be found by clicking on the image of the member:
Sub SB1 has been assigned conference committee. That means members of the House and Senate convene in a committee to amend the language of the bill to appease both. Sub SB 1 would limit health orders to 14 days before a review by the Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review (JCARR).
Please contact the Chair of the Committee, Kirk Schuring, and respectfully ask him to convene the Conference Committee to move Sub SB1 forward.
Sub SB31 has been voted to conference committee. Sub SB31 requires written consent for contact tracing by local health departments.
Please contact the Senate President, Larry Obhof, and respectfully ask him to assign and convene Conference Committee to move Sub SB31 forward.
Sub SB55 passed both House and Senate but the Governor has said he will veto. Sub SB 55 removes the penalties and reduces fines for violating ODH orders to $100. That would make it easier for businesses and individuals to decide their own risks/benefits.
Please reach out to your State Senator and House Representative and ask them to vote to over-ride the veto.
Find your legislator here:
SB 121 and HB165 are still in committee and confirmation has been received that both of these bills are dead. HFO and our members have stood in opposition to both of these bills.
SB121 and HB165 require the adoption of CDC National Health Standards. SB121 also removes the concurrent resolution between House and Senate when adding health curriculum and/or standards in the state of Ohio.
HB 132 has had one hearing and is in committee. HB 132 requires public and nonpublic schools to notify the parent or guardian of each student of the exemptions from immunizations that are required to attend school. The notice of exemptions must be in the same manner as the notice of immunization requirements.
Please contact the Chair of the Primary and Secondary Education Committee, Don Jones, and ask for a hearing and due process on this bill.
HB 268 has not had any hearings. HB 268 enacts section 4113.73 of the Revised Code to enact the “Medical Consumer Protection Act” to prohibit an employer from taking an adverse employment action against a person who has not been or will not be vaccinated.
Please contact the Chair of the House Commerce and Labor Committee, Gayle Manning, and ask for a hearing and due process on this bill.
HB 624 has passed out of the House and is in the Government Oversight and Reform Committee. HB 624 requires the reporting and release of certain COVID-19 testing and related information.
Please contact the Chair of the Government Oversight and Reform Committee, Bill Coley, and ask for a hearing and due process on this bill.
HB 763 terminates the COVID-19 state of emergency in Ohio. It is currently introduced in the House and awaiting Committee assignment.
U.S. Congress – HR 6680 – The Heroes Act
Do not support HR 6680, the Heroes Act, (scroll through the bill and use all pinks marked ‘Covid-19’ and ‘Pandemic’ to review the subsection – this bill has gone through several revisions) before you have read the entire bill. It is being touted as a bill to send more stimulus checks to Americans and nursing homes, but it has billions of dollars in pork spending embedded in the bill for establishing nationwide mandatory Covid track and trace measures that violate our constitutional rights.
If, after reading the bill, you want to prevent this, you must call and email your Senators.