The New York Times: Putting citizenship back in Congress
This New York Times column calls RESULTS “one of America’s best-kept secrets.”
“Results’ volunteers operate without fanfare. During the first 100 days of the Trump Administration, they held 300 meetings with members of Congress or their aides, and their efforts led to the publication of 300 op-ed essays or letters to the editor. Much of their work was aimed at defending anti-poverty pillars like Medicaid and food stamps.
If you’re looking to bolster participatory democracy in the United States today, you’d be hard pressed to find better guidance than the experiences of Results’ volunteers.”
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