Monthly Archives: July 2011

US Day of Rage on September 17 (click on image)

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Sen Maria Cantwell responds to my Letter about the Big 3: Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid

Thank you for contacting me regarding raising the debt ceiling and proposed cuts to Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security. I appreciate hearing from you on this issue. I have fought to preserve Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security throughout my career. … Continue reading

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Rep Jim McDermott reply to My letter about Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Thank you for your recent communication expressing your support for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). I appreciate you taking the time to write, and I welcome this opportunity to respond. Like you, I believe that there is a fundamental … Continue reading

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Wild Unpredictable Weather Creates Oven-Hot Temperatures Across nation

The tornado that devastated Joplin, MO, (032311) killing at least 116 people and leveling the town (http://tinyurl.com/3cmrhod) ushered in a year of horrendous weather that now has seen weeks of 100 degree weather all across the nation. The largest iceberg … Continue reading

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Letter From US Senator Patty Murray re: DOMA Repeal

Thank you for contacting me regarding the Defense of Marriage Act. I appreciate hearing from you on this important issue. The Defense of Marriage Act (Public Law 104-199), commonly known as “DOMA,” was proposed by Rep. Bob Barr (R-GA) and … Continue reading

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New Letter from Alan Grayson on Spending Cuts by Rethuglicons

Cut Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security? Let’s think about this. Medicare helps to heal people who are old and sick. Medicaid helps to heal people who are poor and sick. And for most people, without Social Security, they would have … Continue reading

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