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Help Congress break gridlockEvery Member of Congress could use input from their constituents that is better informed and more relevant to the decisions they face

Create a Citizen CabinetA scientifically selected representative sample of Americans in each district or state would be regularly consulted on policy issues, using new online interactive tools

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Inform and engage citizensMake Citizen Cabinet tools available to all Americans, so they can get better informed and more effectively communicate their views to Congress

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    New short video shows Citizen Cabinet agreement on how to fix Social Security

    October 19, 2016

    This new VOP-produced video shows strong agreement between Republicans and Democrats on how to fix Social Security. The in-depth survey included a representative panel of more than 8,600 registered voters from across the country; respondents received a background briefing, heard strongly-worded arguments fom both sides, and then were asked to make recommendations. #CitizenCabinet To watch, […]

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    As Candidates Prepare to Debate Social Security, Americans Agree On a Path to Fix It

    October 18, 2016

    New in-depth survey shows wide bipartisan agreement on reducing shortfall While Social Security did not come up in the first two Presidential debates, moderator Chris Wallace is reportedly preparing to make it a topic in tomorrow’s third and final debate. Meanwhile, a new ‘Citizen Cabinet’ survey released today finds significant bipartisan consensus on four major […]

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    In Suit Against Clean Power Plan, States May Not Be “Closer To The People”

    September 29, 2016

    Twenty-six states have joined a lawsuit against the federal government to stop its Clean Power Plan (CPP), which requires states to reduce carbon dioxide emissions two percent a year. Oral arguments are scheduled to begin in the District of Columbia Court of Appeals on September 27. It is often said that states are closer to […]