October 7, 2007 |
See this link to understand our rights with regard to our rights to petition REDRESS OF GRIEVANCES expressed in the Constitution.
Here is a link I urge everyone to go to and submit a request via their “contact us” form.
This may be a good way to demand oversight and investigation. I am looking into other avenues within our rights as citizens of the United States. Please, take a moment and direct a letter to their attention via the form. It is site secure. Mr. Stupak seems to be an initiator of quite a few investigations.
H.R. 1103, the Environmental Justice Act of 2007 and H.R. 1055, the Toxic Right-To-Know Protection Act Legislative Hearing “Environmental Justice and the Toxics Release Inventory Reporting Program: Communities Have a Right to Know”
Subcommittee on Environment and Hazardous Materials
Thursday, October 4, 2007, 10:00 a.m.
2322 Rayburn House Office Building
Here is a list of committee members. I feel individual letters via “priority mail” with receipt request sent to all these members will get someone’s attention. Under the first amendment we are given the right to demand redress of grievances. I believe this can be legally attained. Congressional hearings need to take place in order to get answers on what has been done to us.
Please, take some time, make the effort to do this. We have got to try. Thanks.