Roy Blunt, United States Senator for Missouri
Americans are concerned about the threat of Ebola - and they're
increasingly worried about the government's response to this deadly
virus. According to a recent Gallup survey [link 1], Americans are actually
growing "less confident in the federal government's ability to deal
with an outbreak" of Ebola.�
While several [link 2] agencies [link
3] recently announced steps to monitor passengers traveling to the U.S.
from West Africa, it's just not far enough. *If we're going to
contain Ebola, we must start by implementing a temporary suspension [link 4]
of travel visas for passengers traveling from Ebola-stricken
Last weekend, I spoke to Chuck Todd on NBC News's
"Meet the Press" about the Ebola outbreak - I hope you'll watch our
discussion and share your thoughts on my Facebook [link 5] page, on
Twitter [link 6], or on Instagram [link 7].
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