United States Senator Mike Crapo - Idaho
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I will host my
first tele-townhall meeting of 2015 later this month and want to
encourage Idahoans to participate.� During the hour-long call, I will take
questions from Idahoans on a variety of topics currently being debated in
Congress, including new U.S. Environmental Protection Agency efforts
to increase federal control over state waters, federal education
mandates, the economy and the President�s strategy to defeat ISIS. �The
teleforum will take place on�*Wednesday, February 25, 2015 at 7:00 PM
Mountain Time/6:00 PM Pacific Time.*
To sign up for the teleforum,
please visit my official website,�www.crapo.senate.gov
and click the tele-townhall icon on the right side of the homepage
under the Action Center.� This link will direct users to the tele-townhall
section of my website, where a sign up box is located in the middle
of the page.� You may also click�here [link 9]�to be taken directly to
the tele-townhall page.� The deadline to register to ensure
participation is Wednesday, February 25, 2015, 1:00 PM Mountain Time/ 12:00 PM
All that is needed to participate is a telephone.�
Joining the call is voluntary, and listeners are given an opportunity to
ask me about topics regarding federal policies and legislation.� Those
who have signed up in advance will receive an automated phone call
just before the tele-townhall begins and will receive instructions on
how to participate.
*Looking for more information?*�Please
visit�the�Issues and Legislation [link 10]�section of my website for information
that addresses many issues important to all of us.� As always, I
highly value�the�opinions and concerns of my fellow Idahoans.� With that
in mind, we�continue to work to improve my website.
Please do not
reply to this e-newsletter.� We are set up to respond to your
comments,�suggestions�or concerns at my official website,www.crapo.senate.gov.
[link 11]� Also,�please let me know if�there�are other issues that you
would like me to address.
All the best,