Dear CNP Action, Inc. Constituent,


CNP Action, Inc. hosted its July "Call to Action" yesterday, featuring Congressman Marlin Stutzman (IN-3), who discussed several of the nation's most pressing issues including the Farm Bill, the Pro-Life movement, and the PATH Act.  Thanks to CNP Action, Inc. board member Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, who moderated the call and all of you who participated and asked questions.  Below is a list of specific actions YOU can take to help advance conservative principles.


Congressman Stutzman discussed the importance of separating entitlement programs such as food stamps from farm policy.  As a farmer himself, Congressman Stutzman addressed the need to support and encourage policies that promote a prosperous agricultural community, but not at the expense of wasting taxpayer dollars on bloated entitlement programs.  He advocated for a serious review of agricultural policy as well as reforms to the "business as usual" approach to food stamps.


CNP Action, Inc. would like to thank Congressman Stutzman for helping to shed light on the horrors of the Gosnell murder trial and unite the conservative movement in the battle to protect life.  Congressman Stutzman reminded us that conservatives have made many steps forward since Roe v. Wade, but we must continue to protect the rights of the unborn and expose tragedies linked with abortion.


As a member of the House Financial Services Committee, Congressman Stutzman spoke about the Protecting American Taxpayers and Homebuyers Act (PATH Act).  This law would take major steps the housing financing system and also ensure that taxpayers are not responsible for multi-billion dollar bailouts to irresponsible lenders.




  • Contact your Congressman and encourage them to act on entitlement reform, eliminate wasteful spending, and review each entitlement program on its own merit. 
  • Call Congressman Marlin Stutzman (IN-3), (202) 225-4436. Identify yourself as a CNP Action, Inc. constituent and thank him for representing conservative principles.