HRES 111 IH
Mr. KING of New York submitted the following resolution; which was referred to the Committee on Rules
Co-Sponsors -- As of today, H.Res. 111 has 77 co-sponsors. We thank you all for your hard work on H.Res 111. Your efforts are paying off. A special tip of the hat to all the folks in Minnesota. That state has 100% co-sponsorship for H.Res 111.
However, our work is not finished. H.Res 111 needs many more co-sponsors. You know the routine by now. Write, call, fax, email, vist the local congressional office. There is a toll free number to contact your congressional representative. That number is 1-866-727-4894. Ask for your congressional representative. Once you are connected to their office ask to speak with the person who handles Military/POW/MIA matters.
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There is a full list of Congressional Representatives. If your Congressional Representatives name is in RED, they are a cosponsor. If they are not red, give them a call, send the fax and do it again until they sign on.
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List of Supporters for H.Res 111 continues to grow. The following organizations have endorsed H.Res 111 – the Korea-Cold War Families of the Missing, World War II Families for Return of the Missing, the Military Order of the Purple Heart, the POW Network, the Colorado POW/MIA Coalition, VietNow National, Northeast POW/MIA Network ,Tri-County Council Vietnam Era Vet, Help Free Our POW/MIA's Now, Lima Area MIA/POW, Vietnam and All Veterans of Florida Inc., State Coalition, Chained Eagles of Ohip, Solutions Results, Inc: T/A POW FOIA Litigation Acct's, the American Legion, Veterans of Foreign War, Rolling Thunder National, and the National Alliance of Families.
We’ve set up a web page providing you with the text of H.Res 111, a contact list for Congressional Representatives, with email links and fax numbers. There is also a sample letter. Use it, change it or write your own letter. This information may be accessed from our website. Follow the links.
Text of H.Res 111 visit
Contact List for Congressional Representatives
Seven Reasons We Need H.Res 111
Documents Supporting the Case for H.Res 111
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