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Congressman Brian Bilbray (R)
Location: California (50th district)
Affiliation: Republican
Website: http://www.house.gov/bilbray/
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Fiscal Responsibility
Geoff Grossman Posted 5 years ago
Save us from our inefficient, too costly government.

Let the people know the cost of each program and let us vote agency by agency whether to keep or close each agency. If voted out by 50%+1 or more the agency terminates; the tax payer receives the savings as a tax break if earning $250,000 or less per year.

This will right size government based on the will of the people.

Pensions should be cut to the average citizens post-retirement income level. No exceptions. That would be fair to those paying the cost of these over generous pensions.
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Health Care
Dr. Alan Lasnover Posted 6 years ago
I am Dr. Alan Lasnover a retired OBGYN and I am concerned the current healthcare law is having an adverse effect on physicians and patients. Why was there a law passed that members of congress and the public didn't have time to thoroughly review?

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Health Care
David Oatis Posted 6 years ago
Can you tell me if there are any good elements in the current health care bill passed this week?
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Immigration
Mike Smith Posted 6 years ago
Congressman,

What is your plan for solving the immigration issue?
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Metric System
heads on a stick Posted 7 years ago
With all that is going on this is probably the worst time to propose this but when are we going to go forward with the rest of the world and get on the Metric system? Why is the most advanced society on Earth still using the most backwards, unscientific system ever created? How are we to be competitive with the rest of the world if we are going to continue down the wrong path be embracing useless systems. USA is on dial up when the rest of the world is on broadband.
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