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Did your congressperson ignore warnings that sea-level rise would make storm surges worse?
Calls to congresspersons geographically beyond my voting purview are accepted, but not (necessarily) tallied for opinion, i.e., largely a waste of time.
Most people don't even know who their congressperson is in many places.
How many Democrats would have to vote in a Republican primary to change that congressperson’s views?
In Washington, her involvement in the encryption debate has earned her a different sort of reputation – as the first congressperson from cyberspace.
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