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Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Today's Subcommittee Hearing on Multiple Peril Insurance Act of 2007

Today, Tuesday, July 17, 2007, the House of Representatives’ Subcommittee on Housing and Community Opportunity will hear testimony regarding the proposed Multiple Peril Insurance Act of 2007. The time is 2pm EDT. Click here to view the live webcast to view the hearing online. The page will automatically load to the hearing.

Call Committee Chair Maxine Waters to let her know how important this legislation is to protecting America's families and businesses. Below is her phone number and a phone script. Just say what is italicized, and everything will work out. I just called and read the script. The lovely woman who answered the call took the message.

Feel free to come back and post comments on this important next milestone in achieving financial security for the 55% of our nation's families and businesses who reside within 50 miles of the nation's coastlines.

Chairwoman Waters: 202-225-2201.

My name is ________________, and I’m a registered voter in (name of state).

I am calling to talk about the Multiple Perils Insurance Act—H.R 920. Specifically, I wish to express my support for this important legislation.

The bill is fiscally responsible, and America's families and businesses need it.

We're counting on Chairwoman Waters leadership to vote out this important bill from today's committee meeting.

Thank you! Have a great day!


(Remember to smile. They can hear it on the other end of the phone. Yes, I know it sounds corny. It’s both corny AND true. So take a line out of Martina McBride's song and "do it anyway." - am)

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