by Countable | 10.20.17
Good Friday, Countable friends, and happy weekend. We're working to keep your government transparent and accountable.
I bet you miss The House of Representatives, don't you? After Congressmembers' week-long recess, we democracy nerds at Countable miss them too. But never fear: the House is back in action on Monday!
On The House's agenda: bills to promote transparency in judicial settlements and regulatory rulings, and potentially the budget resolution that was amended and passed this week by the Senate.
Speaking of the Upper Chamber, the Senate also comes back to DC on Monday, and is set to vote on the final $36.5 billion disaster relief package, sending it to President Trump's desk. Now's a great time to review those bills and let your Reps know what you think.
Talk to you Monday, — Andrea Seabrook, Managing Editor
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America Government Need To Be Held Accountable To Same Standard That We American’s Are Govern By!!! No Double Standard Of Our Law’s Whatsoever!!!
Trump lies Republicans back up Trump’s lies. Then Trump lies about lying. Finally Trump orders his general to lie When faced with indisputable facts that they lied, both stick by their lies!!! Trump is.delusional. Trump believes his delusions. Republicans are insane by osmosis! No morals. Shameful.
Fuck you Donald Trump.
They are the most DO NOTHING BUNCH FOR THE LAST 8 YEARS. THEY HAVE TO CHEAT TO PASS ANYTHING & WHAT THEY PASS IS DETRIMENTAL TO THE PEOPLE OF THIS COUNTRY.
Please impeach trump!
Ok explain all obama lies and corruption look what’s come out now Trump and Russia nothing but obama and Hillary check your facts who of right mind would give Russia 20% of our uranium wake up fools now Russia has more nukes ya great
The number 1 disaster relief at this time is the removal of Trump from office! Get him outa here!
Trump has passed Obama on executive order by two to 1 and this is not even the end of his first year? Obama had 26 for his eight years.
Jason Chaffez was supposedly my representative in congress even though he voted against my interests. I called, wrote and otherwise tried to make my concerns heard. No replies. My question is to whom can I address my concerns now when issues are so consequential? I have been without even nominal representation since June. How transparent is a system which frankly disenfranchises me as a progressive and then leaves me with no venue to express my concerns?
No one cares about reducing the deficit in Washington. It is all just talk and kabuki theater in the end.