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I just did my part in helping our large contigency.

AARP Advocacy has been a huge force in getting us fifty and overs to contact our representatives on any of the topics going to go to a vote by our Congressional representative's and here is the one I called today, most are form letters that you sign and send on, some are toll free phone numbers to call to speak to them direct or their assistants, and this was a toll free call.
Ellie, the intern answered the phone and as it tells you to ask below, when you click on the site, that I wanted to know how our local representative Thomas Rooney would be voting on this issue, but she did not know and handed me off to Max Moody a legislative correspondent, only twenty-four years old. He too did not know how our representative will be voting, but I told him all my concerns, especially the ones about pre-existing conditions for young people ( You see, I am on Medicare, and he assured me that Medicare would not be touched i.e pre-existing and this does not affect me anymore, Obamacare or the…