If they were meeting in private to get it right without distraction, they failed. I can not believe that they could come up with a bill that is 1992 pages long and not explained away any faults in three bill. Hold on to your hats. It is going to be a very bumpy and dangerous ride. Maybe it will be deadly for some.
If you value your health, contact your senators now that the bill has passed the House. In fact, write them, email them and fax them. Contact other senators as well. The phone is a great invention as well. In fact, I suggest you use it early and often just like some people vote.
Maybe if we make a real nuisance their staff will quit and they won't be able to do anything.
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