Re: Draft Letter to the House Subcommittee on Workforce Protections
Thanks for your kind words. I will consider your suggestions when I
write the next draft and see if I can incorporate them.
Once I get enough people committed to signing the letter (10
minimum?), I will devise a mechanism for obtaining signatures. To
date, I have four people who have indicated that they will sign the
letter. All are from different states (OR, CA, NY, and NH), which is
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, FourDirect@a... wrote:
> I am very impressed with your letter and feel it is excellent!
Thank you for
> getting this done. It is superb as it stands but I wonder if it
> stated that many of us have had to work extremely hard to obtain
what we deserve
> or what is our right, if we are successful in obtaining these
services at all.
> That may be too strong to add in here. Just a thought.
> I also wonder if it is worth trying to get this out to the various
> regional groups to see if they have members who wish to sign. I
also think a copy
> should go to Kevin Quigley and certainly to Velasquez, who thus far
> responded to my correspondence.
> Anyway, congratulations! This is a great step in regaining our
> How do we go about signing? And just FYI my zip code is: 10128
- Kevin,I think the letter is fantastic. It clearly states the issues that I have experienced with OWCP, while providing a feasible inquiry into the problem. I'm still in the stage of constantly discussing with OWCP my application and why I deserve to be paid for my medical bills; and I've gotten nowhere in about 1 year. Very frustrating. So, I will be happy to have my name on that document.Thank you for all your effort in completing this!!!Jennifer GiacominiRPCV Togo '99-'01Fraser, CO 80442
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