Disappointing Feedback from Local Congress Members So Far

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I really hope more people will be reaching out to their congressional representatives. So far I have contacted my three main representatives in Washington State with disappointing feedback so far.

Representative Adam Smith – Clerk said there was no formal stance and was not aware of UAP legislation. Said they would call me back about it but have not since last week.

Senator Maria Cantwell – Clerk said they were personally aware of the UAP legislation, that there was no formal position from the senator, and took down my zip code only and offered no follow up.

Senator Patty Murray – Clerk was not aware of UAP legislation at all and asked for an amendment number which was provided (S797 to S.2226). Said in conversation today, in a fairly sincere manner, that they would call me back after they looked into more detail.

If you are in Washington State or any other state or country for that matter, please reach out to your applicable representatives. It still appears we have a lot of work to do still based on my anecdotal experience. How can we dial up the pressure on our representatives?

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