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Open Letter to the U.S. Congress

September 2008

To: 435 U.S. Representatives and 100 U.S. Senators

In mid-June 2007 I walked into each of your 535 offices and delivered an announcement about the Nine-Nine-Oh-Nine! Notes and Votes campaign for non-profit single-payer national health insurance.

In early November 2007 I walked into the offices of all H.R. 676 supporters. If you are a supporter of non-profit single-payer national health insurance, I assured your staff person(s) that I would communicate to citizens that they supported H.R. 676 and would ask their constituents to only sent one-time thank-you notes (or e-mails or telephone calls) instead of monthly communications. I received strong expressions of thanks, both for constituents sending thank-you notes and for not doing a flood of communications every month.

The “Notes” of “Notes and Votes” now represents notes in the U.S. Mail, e-mails and phone calls, so you might be receiving a combination of those communication types each month.

The purpose of this follow-up communication is to help ensure that you do know the critical need for non-profit financing of health care in the United States and to help ensure that you know specific associated information.

Very respectfully yours,

Bob Haiducek
Bob the Health and Health Care Advocate If there are any questions, please me via

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