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Group: McSally Not Responding To Questions On ACA, Travel Ban
Hundreds of southern Arizona voters claim their U.S. congressmember is not responding to their questions about the Affordable Care Act and the recent travel ban.
Marion Chubon with the group “McSally Take a Stand” claims U.S. Rep. Martha McSally is not holding in-person meetings with voters, despite their repeated requests.
“What happens is we call her office, we’ve been demonstrating in front of her office, and what we get are form letters, not dealing with the issue, but dealing with some issue that she wants to talk about," Chubon said.
The group delivered more than 1,500 signatures from McSally’s constituents Tuesday asking her to join an in-person public town hall sponsored by “Take A Stand.”
A spokesperson at McSally’s D.C. office says she is holding a telephone town-hall meeting today and has held dozens in the past. Learn more about the teleconference at mcsally.house.gov.