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Re: Digest Number 173

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  • Kevin
    Good advice. My Senator, Judd Gregg, has been keeping me informed, but I usually speak with one of his aides once or twice a week. From what I m hearing, all
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 6, 2007
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      Good advice.

      My Senator, Judd Gregg, has been keeping me informed, but I usually
      speak with one of his aides once or twice a week.

      From what I'm hearing, all the other Senators and Congresspersons are
      MIA.

      --- In owcp@yahoogroups.com, "jeanne lese" <jlese@...> wrote:
      >
      > Kevin and others,
      > Call and find out what happened to your letter. Be polite and
      insistent that
      > they give you a reasonable answer. If they have no record or can't
      find it,
      > offer to send it again but ask to whose "attention" it should be
      sent. There
      > is usually an aide who handles PC and/or workers comp issues -- get
      a NAME.
      > Then you can call that person the next time.
      > You are one drop in an ocean of constituents with problems. Be the
      squeaky
      > but polite and insistent wheel. Be your own advocate.
      > Good luck
      > Jeanne Lese, Lariam Action USA
      >
      > > 1. I spoke with Senator Gregg's office today. The Senator has
      sent a
      > > letter to Peace Corps Headquarters re. our issues, but has not
      yet
      > > received a reply.
      > >
      > > 2. Has anyone else who sent a copy of the Gregg letter to their
      > > Senators and Representatives received a reply? The silence is
      strange.
      > >
      > > Kevin
      > >
      >
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