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The Citizens & Congress National Equality Bill Proposal

Is this a proposal you could support?

Fellow citizens of the United States of America,

May the following bill be proposed for the good and fairness of our citizens and their elected representatives:

The Citizens & Congress National Equality Bill

"Congress shall make no law that applies to the citizens of the United States that does not apply equally to US Senators and/or US Representatives; and, Congress shall make no law that applies to US Senators and/or US Representatives that does not apply equally to the citizens of the United States and would cover all aspects of Congress' work environment and compensation, including salaries, retirement benefits, health care, vacation, long-term tenure to qualify for pensions, etc."

Just one of many examples of current inequality: members of our US Military, even after 20 years of service, only get 50% of their pay after retirement, whereas members of Congress receive a full pay retirement after only one term.

It's time to even the playing field and bring a sense of fairness and equality now in our nation between our citizens and Congress. The people have spoken.

Is this a proposal you can support?  If yes, please spread the word by emailing and sharing it 1) with your friends and asking them to do the same; 2) with your US Senators and US Representative; and 3) with the Administration at whitehouse.gov/contact.  Thank you.

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