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Last day to register for CFL 2016!

Today is the last day to register for CFL 2016! Have you heard about our incredible slate of speakers? Are you excited to come to the great city of Austin, Texas? Or perhaps you’re just there for the food? Either way, we are thrilled to host you in Austin once again for the greatest gathering of Christian libertarians on the planet!

Thank you if you have already registered – we look forward to greeting you personally on Saturday.

If you haven’t registered, then we want you to join us! It’s going to be a great day and you don’t want to miss it.

To everyone: Won’t you help us out by sharing the Eventbrite sign-up page on Facebook and Twitter? (Don’t forget to use hashtag #CFL2016.)

Many thanks to our great sponsors of CFL 2016 including the Acton Institute, the Libertarian Party, Texans For Accountable Government, and Stockroller. We are truly grateful for the support of libertarians everywhere for this effort.

Again, you can get all the details for CFL 2016 here, and you can register on Eventbrite. See you Saturday!

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