Friday, January 23, 2009

More contacts for CPSIA

Even though we may see glimmers of hope concerning the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act, we must keep pressure applied. February 10 is almost here. Here is some more contact information.

Representatives to contact:

Speaker Nancy Pelosi / Online contact form
http://www.house.gov/pelosi/contact/contact.html
Washington, DC Office (202) 225-4965
San Francisco Office (415) 556-4862

Senator Chuck Schumer / Online contact form
http://schumer.senate.gov/new_website/contact.cfm
Washington, DC Office (202) 224-6542
New York City Office (212) 486-4430

Representative Henry Waxman / Online contact form
http://www.house.gov/waxman/contact.htm
Washington, DC Office (202) 225-3976
Los Angeles Office (323) 651-1040

Senator Daniel Inouye / Online contact form
http://inouye.senate.gov/abtform.html
Washington, DC Office (202) 224-3934
Honolulu Office (808) 541-2542

Senator Jay Rockefeller / Online contact form
http://rockefeller.senate.gov/contact/email.cfm
Washington, DC Office (202) 224-6472
Charleston, WV Office (304) 347-5372

How many messages can we send to the people above? I'm going to contact them. Are you?


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9 comments:

elysabeth said...

All but Representative Waxman's form actually allowed me to comment. I sent an email message to the rest though. And Waxman is the most important one - phooey. Hopefully the messages will get through - E :)

Rena said...

Thanks Vivian. I'm going to send more letters out today.

Stephen said...

I KEEP GETTING DELIVERY FAILURES FOR NANCY PELOSI

Vivian Zabel said...

That's what happened to me, too, Stephen.

I'm going to try calling tomorrow.

Stephen said...

I also sent an email to my new Senator as well also my Mayor I figured why not he is in the publishing industry.

Stephen said...

Also I just read and used the URL link to share with every one the Forbes .com, I found under.
“Under sent a letter”
Ms. Nancy A. Nord
Acting Chairman
Consumer Product Safety Commission
433 East West Highway
Bethesda, MD 20814

Mr., Thomas Hill Moore
Commissioner
Consumer Product Safety Commission
433 East West Highway
Bethesda, MD 20814

Maybe they should get a letters as well.

Vivian Zabel said...

Good idea to contact your mayor since he's in the industry, too.

Letters are good. The only possible problem is a letter takes at least 3 weeks to get the governmental entity once it arrives in DC.

sassypackrat said...

Thanks for the comment you left on my blog about the CPSIA. I've called and written so many people. I think if we don't let up and continue to keep calling, letting them know we won't give up, things will change.

Penny Ehrenkranz said...

Thank you for posting these links. Very helpful.