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Feeling like a Activist today? Let congress know what you’re thinking.

May 1, 2007

CONGRESS.ORG WEEKLY UPDATE
April 30, 2007

IS IT TIME TO GO NUCLEAR?
Congress is developing a plan to combat global warming that may provide credits to the nuclear power industry for generating electricity that does not contribute to global warming. Should nuclear power be part of any global warming plan? Tell Congress, the President and the EPA your views in this week’s Action Poll.
I Support Nuclear Power to Fight Global Warming
I Oppose Nuclear Power to Fight Global Warming
SHOULD HE STAY OR SHOULD HE GO?
Embattled Attorney General Alberto Gonzales is under pressure by members of both parties to resign over his handling of the firing of attorneys. Tell him yourself what you think. Should he hold out or get out?
PRESIDENT BUSH VOWS TO VETO IRAQ SPENDING BILL
Should President Bush sign or veto the troop funding bill that sets a deadline for withdrawing troops from Iraq.
Write to Pres. Bush today.

SPRING CLEANING AT CONGRESS.ORG
What do you like about Congress.org? What should we keep? What should we get rid of? What do we need more of? Now’s your chance to weigh in and tell us what you think.
“THIS WEEK IN CONGRESS” PODCAST
Cynicism and doubt were the themes this week. Hear a soldier’s letter from Iraq to his Senator about the real toll. The IRS is giving your Social Security number to telemarketers.
Did we quote you this week?

The Congress.org Weekly Update Editors

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Don’t just sit there.  Give them your opinion and this is an easy way to start. 

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