If, like me, you're a bit cranky today, please read these links -- and act. Let your national and local legislators know what's on your mind.
Capital City denizens, check out city council on-line (or on TV on Monday nights...).
My fellow Virginians, find your General Assembly members and their e-mail addresses here. Use this link to read proposals of interest. If you want to write about any of the library bills, note that the Virginia Library Association has useful information here.
If your gripes, er, concerns are national in scope, here's a link for the U.S. Senate; and one for the U.S. House of Representatives.
MoveOn.org which describes itself this way: "Our nationwide network of more than 2,000,000 online activists is one of the most effective and responsive outlets for democratic participation available today."
The Democratic Party of Virginia has links and important issues at that page.
Tim Kaine for Governor. 'Nuf said.
From the House of Hull, these:
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