While Sarah enjoys time away with family, former Congressional staffer and writer Emily Ellsworth joins Beth to discuss the news of the week and effectively contacting your representatives.
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We discuss the Senate's failure to pass a repeal or replacement of the Affordable Care Act, including the valiant efforts of Senators Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski.
We discuss Emily's viral tweetstorm and Call the Halls: Contacting Your Representatives the Smart Way.
Since we're both introverts, we discuss the introversion, the internet, public service, and the importance of our extroverted friends.
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