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Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement

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www.desmoinesregister.com

"Liquor stores masquerading as convenience stores are a nuisance and a danger to the neighbors," said Robin Ghormley of Des Moines, a member of Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement.


www.communitychange.org [cached]

Robin Ghormley, Iowa Citizens for Community ImprovementRobin is a 72 year old nurse and a leader with Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement.In 1997, arthritis caused both of her knees to blow out and forced her into early retirement.As an extremely independent and mobile person, it was hard for Robin to adjust to no longer being able to rely on just herself.She had to fight with her insurance company for disability payments; even though she had a policy, they would not release payments until she could prove that she was disabled for seven months.Robin ultimately pulled through because of the assistance of her family, her community, and social welfare programs.


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Robin Ghormley of Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement stresses that the gap between rich and poor must be closed.
She wants to know how he will achieve that goal. "We have lost balance in this country," he said. He says special interests have been driving the agenda for too long. "They will not work in my White House and they will not drown out the voices of the American people." Obama said he will rollback the George W. Bush tax cuts and that he will close tax loopholes for companies who set up business outside of our nation. Obama is cut off when he runs out of time.


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