WashingtonWatch.com: Over 100,000 Comments on One Bill

by on February 11, 2010 · 4 comments

It’s not the highest-toned debate the world of public policy has ever seen, but the WashingtonWatch.com discussion on Public Law 111-92, the Unemployment Compensation Extension Act of 2009, has now reached over 100,000 comments.

I’ve discussed the astounding level of commentary—and all the efforts to keep it civil—in a post on the WashingtonWatch.com blog.

  • raychateauneuf

    trying to get off this and have asked for months. u keep taking money from my disability check. $25 may seem like nothing to you so please I WANT A FULL REFUND & NO MORE TAKEN OUT> THIS HAS BEEN MANY MONTHS> I CAN”T SEEM TO GET ANYONE TO CARE ABOUT THIS. Thankyou R chateauneuf

  • votetocracy

    Incredible – people are clearly engaged in the Gov 2.0 area even if they don't know its' got a name.

    I wonder what would happen if 10 million citizens voted no on a bill and Congress voted yes?

  • http://www.easyrecovery.co.uk/ data recovery

    Just to much gov’t handouts, congress has no backbone to solve problems, only blame someone else.

  • http://www.easyrecovery.co.uk/ data recovery

    Just to much gov’t handouts, congress has no backbone to solve problems, only blame someone else.

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