Radio Station Information
KZTQ 1230 AM
City of License:
Americom (Americom Limited Partnership)
KZTQ is an AM radio station broadcasting at 1230 KHz. The station is licensed to Reno, NV and is part of that radio market. The station airs news/talk programming and goes by the name "1230 Progressive Talk" on the air. KZTQ is owned by Americom.
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Co-Owned Radio Stations in Reno, NV
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For Immediate Release
September 2, 2014
Nevada Coalitions Director
Convention of States
Mark Meckler President of Citizens for Self-Governance and Convention of States to Speak in Reno Town Hall
Learn How Citizen Volunteers Using Article V of the Constitution will re-establish States Rights and Return the Power to the People
Reno, Nevada September 4, 2014 The Air Port Plaza Hotel located on Terminal Way in Reno will host a Town Hall Meeting open to the public on September 4, 2014 from 7:00 to 9:00 pm. Mark Meckler will deliver a 30-45 minute presentation titled: “TIME FOR A RADICAL RESPECTABLE REVOLUTION: AMERICA AT A CONSTITUTIONAL CROSSROADS”. The presentation will be followed by a robust question and answer session.
Our Founding Fathers foresaw the likelihood that the government in Washington, DC might someday become too centralized and overreach the limited powers granted it by the US Constitution.
Citizens for Self-Governance has launched the Convention of States Project to call an Article V convention of the States to propose only amendments that would impose restraints on the federal government, limit its power and jurisdiction and impose term limits on its officials and members of Congress.
Join other deeply concerned Nevadans and learn how everyday citizens by contacting our Nevada State Senators and Assemblymen can remind and embolden them that it is their Constitutional right and their Constitutional obligation as our duly elected direct representatives to stand up to Washington overreach through the use of Article V of our United States Constitution.
More detailed information is available on line at: www.conventionofstates.com or feel free to call Douglas Johnson at (775) 690-4500.
By: Douglas Johnson on September 2, 2014
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