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Post by child of the King on Tue Mar 15, 2011 9:20 am

I posted a comment on the facebook page of the Ways & Means committee a few minutes ago. Anyway, anywhere that I can find to put in my 2 cents I will. The need for HR589 has become desperate for many 99ers.
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Post by concernedinKY on Tue Mar 15, 2011 10:08 am

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I've been asking, "Where are the jobs", every time Cantor posts the daily agenda.

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Post by Jen on Tue Mar 15, 2011 11:23 am

concernedinKY wrote:It's come to my attention that some folks are using this letter, so I figured I'd put it somewhere that's easy to find. I honestly believe that short and sweet is the way to go with emails. Congressperson staffly sorts aren't going to read full page emails, they skim them at best. I edited it a little for grammar and added American 99ers Union to it. If someone has all of the contact information in one easy to find copy and paste file, I'll add that here as well. If not, bear with me while I collect it all so it's all in one place.


Dear ----- -------

I am writing you today as a long term unemployed American. In a time when unemployment is so high, when there is one job for every five job seekers, millions of Americans simply cannot be left behind. We are tax paying citizens that are responsible for each and every one of you still being employed. We deserve to be treated better than this. Your colleague, Representative Conyers, recently introduced H.R.870, the Humphrey-Hawkins 21st Century Full Employment & Training Act for consideration. Combining H.R.589, The Emergency Unemployment Compensation Extension Act of 2011, with H.R.870 to provide temporary financial relief for those who have exhausted benefits until H.R.870 can be implemented is simply the right thing to do, both for the economy and for millions of Americans unable to find work in it.

Respectfully,

Insert Name Here
An AMERICAN CITIZEN
American 99ers Union

Send to:

Ways and Means Committee

http://waysandmeans.house.gov/

David Camp

http://camp.house.gov/ (Use the following address: 121 E FRONT ST STE 202, TRAVERSE CITY MI 49684-2500)

Oregon House Republicans (Because their state is working on extending benefits on a state level with bi-partisan support. Ask them to sign on at a national level as well.)

http://www.oregonhouserepublicans.org/members

John Boehner

http://www.speaker.gov/Contact/

Eric Cantor

http://cantor.house.gov/contact/ (Use the following address: 4201 DOMINION BLVD STE 10, GLEN ALLEN VA 23060-6743 )

Nancy Pelosi

https://pelosi.house.gov/contact/email-me.shtml (use the following address: 90 7TH ST STE 2800, SAN FRANCISCO CA 94103-6723)


Also be sure to contact your own representatives.

concernedinKY wrote:https://www.facebook.com/HouseChamber

I've been asking, "Where are the jobs", every time Cantor posts the daily agenda.
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Post by Guest on Tue Mar 15, 2011 2:31 pm

Jen wrote:
concernedinKY wrote:It's come to my attention that some folks are using this letter, so I figured I'd put it somewhere that's easy to find. I honestly believe that short and sweet is the way to go with emails. Congressperson staffly sorts aren't going to read full page emails, they skim them at best. I edited it a little for grammar and added American 99ers Union to it. If someone has all of the contact information in one easy to find copy and paste file, I'll add that here as well. If not, bear with me while I collect it all so it's all in one place.


Dear ----- -------

I am writing you today as a long term unemployed American. In a time when unemployment is so high, when there is one job for every five job seekers, millions of Americans simply cannot be left behind. We are tax paying citizens that are responsible for each and every one of you still being employed. We deserve to be treated better than this. Your colleague, Representative Conyers, recently introduced H.R.870, the Humphrey-Hawkins 21st Century Full Employment & Training Act for consideration. Combining H.R.589, The Emergency Unemployment Compensation Extension Act of 2011, with H.R.870 to provide temporary financial relief for those who have exhausted benefits until H.R.870 can be implemented is simply the right thing to do, both for the economy and for millions of Americans unable to find work in it.

Respectfully,

Insert Name Here
An AMERICAN CITIZEN
American 99ers Union

Send to:

Ways and Means Committee

http://waysandmeans.house.gov/

David Camp

http://camp.house.gov/ (Use the following address: 121 E FRONT ST STE 202, TRAVERSE CITY MI 49684-2500)

Oregon House Republicans (Because their state is working on extending benefits on a state level with bi-partisan support. Ask them to sign on at a national level as well.)

http://www.oregonhouserepublicans.org/members

John Boehner

http://www.speaker.gov/Contact/

Eric Cantor

http://cantor.house.gov/contact/ (Use the following address: 4201 DOMINION BLVD STE 10, GLEN ALLEN VA 23060-6743 )

Nancy Pelosi

https://pelosi.house.gov/contact/email-me.shtml (use the following address: 90 7TH ST STE 2800, SAN FRANCISCO CA 94103-6723)


Also be sure to contact your own representatives.

concernedinKY wrote:https://www.facebook.com/HouseChamber

I've been asking, "Where are the jobs", every time Cantor posts the daily agenda.

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Post by Guest on Tue Mar 15, 2011 5:35 pm

Jen wrote:
concernedinKY wrote:It's come to my attention that some folks are using this letter, so I figured I'd put it somewhere that's easy to find. I honestly believe that short and sweet is the way to go with emails. Congressperson staffly sorts aren't going to read full page emails, they skim them at best. I edited it a little for grammar and added American 99ers Union to it. If someone has all of the contact information in one easy to find copy and paste file, I'll add that here as well. If not, bear with me while I collect it all so it's all in one place.


Dear ----- -------

I am writing you today as a long term unemployed American. In a time when unemployment is so high, when there is one job for every five job seekers, millions of Americans simply cannot be left behind. We are tax paying citizens that are responsible for each and every one of you still being employed. We deserve to be treated better than this. Your colleague, Representative Conyers, recently introduced H.R.870, the Humphrey-Hawkins 21st Century Full Employment & Training Act for consideration. Combining H.R.589, The Emergency Unemployment Compensation Extension Act of 2011, with H.R.870 to provide temporary financial relief for those who have exhausted benefits until H.R.870 can be implemented is simply the right thing to do, both for the economy and for millions of Americans unable to find work in it.

Respectfully,

Insert Name Here
An AMERICAN CITIZEN
American 99ers Union

Send to:

Ways and Means Committee

http://waysandmeans.house.gov/

David Camp

http://camp.house.gov/ (Use the following address: 121 E FRONT ST STE 202, TRAVERSE CITY MI 49684-2500)

Oregon House Republicans (Because their state is working on extending benefits on a state level with bi-partisan support. Ask them to sign on at a national level as well.)

http://www.oregonhouserepublicans.org/members

John Boehner

http://www.speaker.gov/Contact/

Eric Cantor

http://cantor.house.gov/contact/ (Use the following address: 4201 DOMINION BLVD STE 10, GLEN ALLEN VA 23060-6743 )

Nancy Pelosi

https://pelosi.house.gov/contact/email-me.shtml (use the following address: 90 7TH ST STE 2800, SAN FRANCISCO CA 94103-6723)


Also be sure to contact your own representatives.

concernedinKY wrote:https://www.facebook.com/HouseChamber

I've been asking, "Where are the jobs", every time Cantor posts the daily agenda.
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Post by Guest on Wed Mar 16, 2011 6:29 am

Need2Bworking wrote:
Jen wrote:
concernedinKY wrote:It's come to my attention that some folks are using this letter, so I figured I'd put it somewhere that's easy to find. I honestly believe that short and sweet is the way to go with emails. Congressperson staffly sorts aren't going to read full page emails, they skim them at best. I edited it a little for grammar and added American 99ers Union to it. If someone has all of the contact information in one easy to find copy and paste file, I'll add that here as well. If not, bear with me while I collect it all so it's all in one place.


Dear ----- -------

I am writing you today as a long term unemployed American. In a time when unemployment is so high, when there is one job for every five job seekers, millions of Americans simply cannot be left behind. We are tax paying citizens that are responsible for each and every one of you still being employed. We deserve to be treated better than this. Your colleague, Representative Conyers, recently introduced H.R.870, the Humphrey-Hawkins 21st Century Full Employment & Training Act for consideration. Combining H.R.589, The Emergency Unemployment Compensation Extension Act of 2011, with H.R.870 to provide temporary financial relief for those who have exhausted benefits until H.R.870 can be implemented is simply the right thing to do, both for the economy and for millions of Americans unable to find work in it.

Respectfully,

Insert Name Here
An AMERICAN CITIZEN
American 99ers Union

Send to:

Ways and Means Committee

http://waysandmeans.house.gov/

David Camp

http://camp.house.gov/ (Use the following address: 121 E FRONT ST STE 202, TRAVERSE CITY MI 49684-2500)

Oregon House Republicans (Because their state is working on extending benefits on a state level with bi-partisan support. Ask them to sign on at a national level as well.)

http://www.oregonhouserepublicans.org/members

John Boehner

http://www.speaker.gov/Contact/

Eric Cantor

http://cantor.house.gov/contact/ (Use the following address: 4201 DOMINION BLVD STE 10, GLEN ALLEN VA 23060-6743 )

Nancy Pelosi

https://pelosi.house.gov/contact/email-me.shtml (use the following address: 90 7TH ST STE 2800, SAN FRANCISCO CA 94103-6723)


Also be sure to contact your own representatives.

concernedinKY wrote:https://www.facebook.com/HouseChamber

I've been asking, "Where are the jobs", every time Cantor posts the daily agenda.
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Post by Jen on Wed Mar 16, 2011 12:10 pm

Need2Bworking wrote:
Need2Bworking wrote:
Jen wrote:
concernedinKY wrote:It's come to my attention that some folks are using this letter, so I figured I'd put it somewhere that's easy to find. I honestly believe that short and sweet is the way to go with emails. Congressperson staffly sorts aren't going to read full page emails, they skim them at best. I edited it a little for grammar and added American 99ers Union to it. If someone has all of the contact information in one easy to find copy and paste file, I'll add that here as well. If not, bear with me while I collect it all so it's all in one place.


Dear ----- -------

I am writing you today as a long term unemployed American. In a time when unemployment is so high, when there is one job for every five job seekers, millions of Americans simply cannot be left behind. We are tax paying citizens that are responsible for each and every one of you still being employed. We deserve to be treated better than this. Your colleague, Representative Conyers, recently introduced H.R.870, the Humphrey-Hawkins 21st Century Full Employment & Training Act for consideration. Combining H.R.589, The Emergency Unemployment Compensation Extension Act of 2011, with H.R.870 to provide temporary financial relief for those who have exhausted benefits until H.R.870 can be implemented is simply the right thing to do, both for the economy and for millions of Americans unable to find work in it.

Respectfully,

Insert Name Here
An AMERICAN CITIZEN
American 99ers Union

Send to:

Ways and Means Committee

http://waysandmeans.house.gov/

David Camp

http://camp.house.gov/ (Use the following address: 121 E FRONT ST STE 202, TRAVERSE CITY MI 49684-2500)

Oregon House Republicans (Because their state is working on extending benefits on a state level with bi-partisan support. Ask them to sign on at a national level as well.)

http://www.oregonhouserepublicans.org/members

John Boehner

http://www.speaker.gov/Contact/

Eric Cantor

http://cantor.house.gov/contact/ (Use the following address: 4201 DOMINION BLVD STE 10, GLEN ALLEN VA 23060-6743 )

Nancy Pelosi

https://pelosi.house.gov/contact/email-me.shtml (use the following address: 90 7TH ST STE 2800, SAN FRANCISCO CA 94103-6723)


Also be sure to contact your own representatives.

concernedinKY wrote:https://www.facebook.com/HouseChamber

I've been asking, "Where are the jobs", every time Cantor posts the daily agenda.
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Post by Jen on Thu Mar 17, 2011 10:36 am

Jen wrote:
Need2Bworking wrote:
Need2Bworking wrote:
Jen wrote:
concernedinKY wrote:It's come to my attention that some folks are using this letter, so I figured I'd put it somewhere that's easy to find. I honestly believe that short and sweet is the way to go with emails. Congressperson staffly sorts aren't going to read full page emails, they skim them at best. I edited it a little for grammar and added American 99ers Union to it. If someone has all of the contact information in one easy to find copy and paste file, I'll add that here as well. If not, bear with me while I collect it all so it's all in one place.


Dear ----- -------

I am writing you today as a long term unemployed American. In a time when unemployment is so high, when there is one job for every five job seekers, millions of Americans simply cannot be left behind. We are tax paying citizens that are responsible for each and every one of you still being employed. We deserve to be treated better than this. Your colleague, Representative Conyers, recently introduced H.R.870, the Humphrey-Hawkins 21st Century Full Employment & Training Act for consideration. Combining H.R.589, The Emergency Unemployment Compensation Extension Act of 2011, with H.R.870 to provide temporary financial relief for those who have exhausted benefits until H.R.870 can be implemented is simply the right thing to do, both for the economy and for millions of Americans unable to find work in it.

Respectfully,

Insert Name Here
An AMERICAN CITIZEN
American 99ers Union

Send to:

Ways and Means Committee

http://waysandmeans.house.gov/

David Camp

http://camp.house.gov/ (Use the following address: 121 E FRONT ST STE 202, TRAVERSE CITY MI 49684-2500)

Oregon House Republicans (Because their state is working on extending benefits on a state level with bi-partisan support. Ask them to sign on at a national level as well.)

http://www.oregonhouserepublicans.org/members

John Boehner

http://www.speaker.gov/Contact/

Eric Cantor

http://cantor.house.gov/contact/ (Use the following address: 4201 DOMINION BLVD STE 10, GLEN ALLEN VA 23060-6743 )

Nancy Pelosi

https://pelosi.house.gov/contact/email-me.shtml (use the following address: 90 7TH ST STE 2800, SAN FRANCISCO CA 94103-6723)


Also be sure to contact your own representatives.

concernedinKY wrote:https://www.facebook.com/HouseChamber

I've been asking, "Where are the jobs", every time Cantor posts the daily agenda.
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Post by concernedinKY on Thu Mar 17, 2011 2:18 pm

Dear Their Name Here

I am writing you today on behalf of the long term unemployed of America, the 99ers. While there are signs that our economy is slowly beginning to recover, you have to realize that this growth is just not coming soon enough or happening fast enough to help millions that are losing everything. For this reason you must bring H.R.589 out of committee and get it passed through both the House and the Senate as soon as possible so that these individuals and their families (families that include children) can survive until job growth is more significant. You must also pass H.R.1113 to ensure that, as jobs become more readily available, those hit the hardest by this recession are not told they can not have the job they've been waiting for simply because they have been unemployed long term.

Sincerely,

Your Name
An American Citizen
American 99ers Union

(Because I think we need to counter their ability to argue that we don't need it because the economy is recovering.)

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[quote="Jen"][quote="Jen"][quote="Need2Bworking"][quote="Need2Bworking"]
Jen wrote:
concernedinKY wrote:It's come to my attention that some folks are using this letter, so I figured I'd put it somewhere that's easy to find. I honestly believe that short and sweet is the way to go with emails. Congressperson staffly sorts aren't going to read full page emails, they skim them at best. I edited it a little for grammar and added American 99ers Union to it. If someone has all of the contact information in one easy to find copy and paste file, I'll add that here as well. If not, bear with me while I collect it all so it's all in one place.


Dear ----- -------

I am writing you today as a long term unemployed American. In a time when unemployment is so high, when there is one job for every five job seekers, millions of Americans simply cannot be left behind. We are tax paying citizens that are responsible for each and every one of you still being employed. We deserve to be treated better than this. Your colleague, Representative Conyers, recently introduced H.R.870, the Humphrey-Hawkins 21st Century Full Employment & Training Act for consideration. Combining H.R.589, The Emergency Unemployment Compensation Extension Act of 2011, with H.R.870 to provide temporary financial relief for those who have exhausted benefits until H.R.870 can be implemented is simply the right thing to do, both for the economy and for millions of Americans unable to find work in it.

Respectfully,

Insert Name Here
An AMERICAN CITIZEN
American 99ers Union

Send to:

Ways and Means Committee

http://waysandmeans.house.gov/

David Camp

http://camp.house.gov/ (Use the following address: 121 E FRONT ST STE 202, TRAVERSE CITY MI 49684-2500)

Oregon House Republicans (Because their state is working on extending benefits on a state level with bi-partisan support. Ask them to sign on at a national level as well.)

http://www.oregonhouserepublicans.org/members

John Boehner

http://www.speaker.gov/Contact/

Eric Cantor

http://cantor.house.gov/contact/ (Use the following address: 4201 DOMINION BLVD STE 10, GLEN ALLEN VA 23060-6743 )

Nancy Pelosi

https://pelosi.house.gov/contact/email-me.shtml (use the following address: 90 7TH ST STE 2800, SAN FRANCISCO CA 94103-6723)


Also be sure to contact your own representatives.

concernedinKY wrote:https://www.facebook.com/HouseChamber

I've been asking, "Where are the jobs", every time Cantor posts the daily agenda.

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concernedinKY wrote:Dear Their Name Here

I am writing you today on behalf of the long term unemployed of America, the 99ers. While there are signs that our economy is slowly beginning to recover, you have to realize that this growth is just not coming soon enough or happening fast enough to help millions that are losing everything. For this reason you must bring H.R.589 out of committee and get it passed through both the House and the Senate as soon as possible so that these individuals and their families (families that include children) can survive until job growth is more significant. You must also pass H.R.1113 to ensure that, as jobs become more readily available, those hit the hardest by this recession are not told they can not have the job they've been waiting for simply because they have been unemployed long term.

Sincerely,

Your Name
An American Citizen
American 99ers Union

(Because I think we need to counter their ability to argue that we don't need it because the economy is recovering.)

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concernedinKY wrote:Dear Their Name Here

I am writing you today on behalf of the long term unemployed of America, the 99ers. While there are signs that our economy is slowly beginning to recover, you have to realize that this growth is just not coming soon enough or happening fast enough to help millions that are losing everything. For this reason you must bring H.R.589 out of committee and get it passed through both the House and the Senate as soon as possible so that these individuals and their families (families that include children) can survive until job growth is more significant. You must also pass H.R.1113 to ensure that, as jobs become more readily available, those hit the hardest by this recession are not told they can not have the job they've been waiting for simply because they have been unemployed long term.

Sincerely,

Your Name
An American Citizen
American 99ers Union

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Need2Bworking wrote:
Need2Bworking wrote:
concernedinKY wrote:Dear Their Name Here

I am writing you today on behalf of the long term unemployed of America, the 99ers. While there are signs that our economy is slowly beginning to recover, you have to realize that this growth is just not coming soon enough or happening fast enough to help millions that are losing everything. For this reason you must bring H.R.589 out of committee and get it passed through both the House and the Senate as soon as possible so that these individuals and their families (families that include children) can survive until job growth is more significant. You must also pass H.R.1113 to ensure that, as jobs become more readily available, those hit the hardest by this recession are not told they can not have the job they've been waiting for simply because they have been unemployed long term.

Sincerely,

Your Name
An American Citizen
American 99ers Union

(Because I think we need to counter their ability to argue that we don't need it because the economy is recovering.)
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Need2Bworking wrote:
concernedinKY wrote:Dear Their Name Here

I am writing you today on behalf of the long term unemployed of America, the 99ers. While there are signs that our economy is slowly beginning to recover, you have to realize that this growth is just not coming soon enough or happening fast enough to help millions that are losing everything. For this reason you must bring H.R.589 out of committee and get it passed through both the House and the Senate as soon as possible so that these individuals and their families (families that include children) can survive until job growth is more significant. You must also pass H.R.1113 to ensure that, as jobs become more readily available, those hit the hardest by this recession are not told they can not have the job they've been waiting for simply because they have been unemployed long term.

Sincerely,

Your Name
An American Citizen
American 99ers Union

(Because I think we need to counter their ability to argue that we don't need it because the economy is recovering.)
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mrgolf wrote:
Need2Bworking wrote:
Need2Bworking wrote:
concernedinKY wrote:Dear Their Name Here

I am writing you today on behalf of the long term unemployed of America, the 99ers. While there are signs that our economy is slowly beginning to recover, you have to realize that this growth is just not coming soon enough or happening fast enough to help millions that are losing everything. For this reason you must bring H.R.589 out of committee and get it passed through both the House and the Senate as soon as possible so that these individuals and their families (families that include children) can survive until job growth is more significant. You must also pass H.R.1113 to ensure that, as jobs become more readily available, those hit the hardest by this recession are not told they can not have the job they've been waiting for simply because they have been unemployed long term.

Sincerely,

Your Name
An American Citizen
American 99ers Union

(Because I think we need to counter their ability to argue that we don't need it because the economy is recovering.)
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Need2Bworking wrote:
Need2Bworking wrote:
mrgolf wrote:
Need2Bworking wrote:
Need2Bworking wrote:
concernedinKY wrote:Dear Their Name Here

I am writing you today on behalf of the long term unemployed of America, the 99ers. While there are signs that our economy is slowly beginning to recover, you have to realize that this growth is just not coming soon enough or happening fast enough to help millions that are losing everything. For this reason you must bring H.R.589 out of committee and get it passed through both the House and the Senate as soon as possible so that these individuals and their families (families that include children) can survive until job growth is more significant. You must also pass H.R.1113 to ensure that, as jobs become more readily available, those hit the hardest by this recession are not told they can not have the job they've been waiting for simply because they have been unemployed long term.

Sincerely,

Your Name
An American Citizen
American 99ers Union

(Because I think we need to counter their ability to argue that we don't need it because the economy is recovering.)
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Post by mrgolf on Tue Mar 22, 2011 5:38 pm

We need to keep pushing now more than ever (if that is possible) Here is an email I received from Mike White (co-founder of American 99ers Union) after I sent him the news about the Lee-Boehner meeting

I sent Mike White (co-founder of American 99ers Union along with Gregg Rosen) an email about the meeting between Lee & Boehner. Here is his responce

Yup. Saw it. Good news...
BUT everyone now needs to go into high gear re-calling their Representatives and Boehner and Cantor, to push for this.

I believe the real key, though, is can Lee get Democrats to give up something, to make a deal with the devil (I mean, the Republicans)... to get this passed??

I will say that Rep. Lee has proven herself on this issue. For her to have gotten so many co-sponsors and this meeting shows her commitment to it. Now it's just a matter of whether enough Democrats are not willing to vote for it (I'm pretty sure they are), but whether they are willing to wheel and deal - to give something up to get this. IMHO. So when writing Congress one might want to mention something like "Please make whatever deal necessary with the Republicans to get this passed, because without it millions of 99ers are going to end up homeless!"

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[quote="Need2Bworking"][quote="Need2Bworking"][quote="Need2Bworking"][quote="mrgolf"][quote="Need2Bworking"][quote="Need2Bworking"][quote="concernedinKY"]Dear Their Name Here

I am writing you today on behalf of the long term unemployed of America, the 99ers. While there are signs that our economy is slowly beginning to recover, you have to realize that this growth is just not coming soon enough or happening fast enough to help millions that are losing everything. For this reason you must bring H.R.589 out of committee and get it passed through both the House and the Senate as soon as possible so that these individuals and their families (families that include children) can survive until job growth is more significant. You must also pass H.R.1113 to ensure that, as jobs become more readily available, those hit the hardest by this recession are not told they can not have the job they've been waiting for simply because they have been unemployed long term.

Sincerely,

Your Name
An American Citizen
American 99ers Union

We need to keep pushing now more than ever (if that is possible) Here
is an email I received from Mike White (co-founder of American 99ers
Union) after I sent him the news about the Lee-Boehner meeting

I
sent Mike White (co-founder of American 99ers Union along with Gregg
Rosen) an email about the meeting between Lee & Boehner. Here is
his responce

Yup. Saw it. Good news...
BUT everyone now needs to go into high gear re-calling their Representatives and Boehner and Cantor, to push for this.

I
believe the real key, though, is can Lee get Democrats to give up
something, to make a deal with the devil (I mean, the Republicans)...
to get this passed??

I will say that Rep. Lee has proven
herself on this issue. For her to have gotten so many co-sponsors and
this meeting shows her commitment to it. Now it's just a matter of
whether enough Democrats are not willing to vote for it (I'm pretty
sure they are), but whether they are willing to wheel and deal - to
give something up to get this. IMHO. So when writing Congress one might
want to mention something like "Please make whatever deal necessary
with the Republicans to get this passed, because without it millions of
99ers are going to end up homeless!"

Mike
Take Action To Create Change!
http://www.UnemployedWorkersActionGroup.com

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