The non-profit, non-partisan campaign –first launched in September as a reaction to the confusion and misinformation surrounding what’s actually in the Healthcare and Energy bills --asks for a pledge from every congressperson, as well as the general public, to read these bills, and provides a link that allows visitors to easily download the major bills currently before Congress. Says DiMassimo, “Legislation has become increasingly incomprehensible throughout the years; it needs to be shorter and clearer. This would be a good thing. The original Constitution – without amendments – is 12 pages. The current Healthcare bill is just short of 2000!”
Since September, over 300,000 Americans have downloaded at least one bill from the website (www.ReadtoVote.org) and a highly animated national discourse has ensued.
Executive Mansion - Washington
Four score and seven years ago, yaddah, yaddah, yaddah.
Ready to Vote
If no one read it, we wouldn't live it.
Print advertisment created by DiMassimo Goldstein, United States for ReadtoVote.org, within the category: Public Interest, NGO.
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