Matt Sissel to appear on Ronald Reagan's radio station
Author: Luke A. Wake
Matt Sissel, PLF's client in challenging the new federal health-care mandate will be interviewed today on WHO, am 1040, Des Moines. He'll be on the Steve Deace Show, (http://www.whoradio.com/pages/stevedeace.html) at 5:20 pm Central Time. WHO is a 50,000-watt powerhouse with a storied history – where Ronald Reagan began his career as a radio broadcaster.
Matt Sissel is a small business person in Iowa City, and a Bronze-star winning veteran of the Iraq War (a former combat medic). Matt is proud to have voluntarily served his state and his country in the Iowa Army National Guard, but he objects to being conscripted into a national health care program that is at odds with principles of limited government and constitutional rights.
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