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Spending is out of control, but the President and some leaders in Congress are committed to putting America's fiscal house back in order.
Representative Chris Cox (R-CA) is circulating a letter to President Bush that pledges support for a Presidental veto of any spending bill that includes unnecessary spending. It's very important that President Bush knows that a large number of Representatives will support him in the budget battles ahead this year.
Here is a copy of the letter, and the list of current signers follows at the bottom. To date (updated March 2), 107 Representatives have signed-- a great start, but too many Members haven't signed, and they need to hear from you. Take a look and see if your Representative has signed the letter. If they haven't, click here to take action and tell your Representative to sign Rep. Cox's spending restraint letter!
The White House
Washington, DC 20500
Dear Mr. President:
To help you control spending during the remainder of the 108th Congress, we will vote to sustain any veto you exercise on the basis that the legislation you veto would result in unnecessary spending.
Davis, Jo Ann
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Feb. 26 update: CSE Sends Letter to Capitol Hill, Will Include Signing of Letter in CSE Economic Scorecard