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By Eric Mitchell
In just the last three weeks, so much has been accomplished because of your faithful advocacy:
One thing is clear: constituent advocacy made all the difference. Thank you! But we can't stop now. There is more work to be done.
It may not always feel like it, but your words carry weight and can result in amazing victories. Take a few minutes to reach out to your members of Congress. Call (800/826-3688) or email Congress today. Tell them to finish the job on the budget, criminal justice reform, and the Global Food Security Act.
Eric Mitchell is the director of government relations at Bread for the World.
It may not always feel like it, but your words carry weight and can result in amazing victories
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