Erin: I've never been involved before. I didn't know who the education secretary was. I'm paying way more attention to government now.
Julie: I support expanding health care to everyone, and this House bill will have the opposite effect. That's why I oppose it.
Hannah: Don't really like how Trump treats women. TrumpCare seems to signify that.
Ngan: I can't believe [all this activism] is happening. It doesn't personally affect me, but that doesn't mean I shouldn't care.
Adam: I don't know how anyone votes to throw millions off insurance and gives tax cuts to the top 1%. It is cruel.
Andrea: I have a wheelchair-bound nephew. His family is worried about his health coverage because he has preexisting conditions. And, they're also worried if he'll lose the therapies he receives through special education.
Marie: My other son is on the autism spectrum. He's on Medicaid, and he's completely distraught his care will be taken away.
Sophie: Single payer is the way to go.
Jan: I asked when Sen. Roberts will have a Town Hall. When I mentioned he hasn't had one in Johnson County for two years and that's a really long time, the staffer said, he's a busy man. I guess he's too busy for us.
Nick: The parties that would normally investigate Russian interference have an agenda, so I call for an independent select committee.
Christine: She was born with a pre-existing condition. We've hit her lifetime limit. I talk to Representative Yoder's staff every week. He didn't listen to me.
Darla: Keep PP funded. I can't afford insurance, and the only way I can get healthcare is through Planned Parenthood.
Jeri: I want to remind Rep. Yoder that all the people I've met, all from different backgrounds, are earnest and want what he does. To make our community better.
Steve: After Turkey's Erdogan grabbed power and wiped out his country's democracy, Trump called and congratulated him. Did he do that because he has a hotel there?
Without his taxes, we won't know if his foreign policies are influenced by his business interests. We need to see them.
Anne: Are he and his cabinet ethical? This question needs to be answered.
Alanda: If we don't save the Earth, what else do we have?
Stacey: What does victory look like in Syria? The president needs Congress approval before he does anything else.
Jean: I had no idea domestic affairs could take such a tragic turn with 45, but it pales in comparison to the current foreign situation with Russia, Syria, and North Korea.
Rip: Affordable healthcare is the morally right thing to do. Plus, it'll help address income inequality.
Susan: Investigate, already. This isn't partisanship, it's ethics.
Mike: JFK is rolling over is his grave and so is Ronald Reagan.
Beverly: Congress must have oversight for any military action, especially a nuclear one.
Antonio: We need an independent investigation and it needs to be televised.
Denis: I got malaria in Peru, in the winter, in high altitude, a place where mosquitoes don't usually thrive. I personally experienced one major effect of Climate Change —
widespread infectious diseases.