- 10-26-2002, 03:46 PM
dont know if anyone else has heard of this, but a bill has been proposed to ban prohormones.
The bill, cosponsored by the ex Nebraska Football coach Tom Osborne (dont know
at the moment its still at committee level - and should hit the floor in the second
session (bout january).
i encourage all of you to write letters to your congressmen. few people do so
yours will carry legitimate weight - and if everyone gets a letter it may very well
have enough weight to tip the scales in our favor.
please dont fall into the "someone else will do it" mentality - cuz then no one will
also, remember that when a bill hits the floor, there are also several others in
question. a bill just isnt decided by its independent merit alone. everything in
congress is a compromise - this bill may be passed simply as a compromise for
another bill - so we need to give congress a reason not to pass it!
so tell us what u think, and more importantly - get writing!
- 10-26-2002, 04:30 PM
here's an idea...make a format of a letter that everyone here can download and sign there own name to and send it in. I know that is a pain...but you gotta figure more people would send a letter it wasmade easier for them. Just a thought!
- 10-26-2002, 04:46 PM
you know i had an idea similar - but it was complicated and all that - urs is much better, and i think i'll do just that.
10-26-2002, 05:44 PM
10-26-2002, 06:37 PM
i'm working on getting a list of names for all the reps for each state ... gimme a week or two for letters and i'll post it
what i need from everyone are things they want in the letter
points to be made - and evidence to back it up. i can do the bulk of the work - and dont mind at all - but some help wouldnt hurt either
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