Congress Begins To Embrace Unemployment Benefits Extension

Congress Begins To Embrace Unemployment Benefits Extension

Congress Begins To Embrace Unemployment Benefits Extension

         It has been over 3 months since your President, Senators and Representatives returned to work after their long paid Christmas holiday vacation. The Senate has passed their unemployment benefits extension on April 7th and now is the time for the House of Representatives to do the same. Remind them of their pledges to extend long term unemployment benefits for their unemployed constituents who wondering how they were going to pay their heating bills during this record breaking winter season as well as helping get a job to get back on their feet again.

       All it takes is an email, phone call or letter to remind your President and House Leader John Boehner of their promises to extend these unemployment benefits upon their return to work. Contact President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden to let them where you stand on this important issue.

Contact John Boehner To Support Unemployment Benefits Extension

Here is how to contact John Boehner to let him know he should support unemployment benefits extension;

Facebook –

Email –

Toll-free number: (800) 582-1001

DC Address: The Honorable John A. Boehner
United States House of Representatives
1011 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20515-3508
DC Phone: 202-225-6205
DC Fax: 202-225-0704
Contact Representative Boehner:
WWW Homepage:
Twitter: @SpeakerBoehner

District Offices:
7969 Cincinnati-Dayton Road, Suite B
West Chester, OH 45069 Voice: 513-779-5400
FAX: 513-779-5315

12 South Plum Street
Troy, OH 45373 Voice: 937-339-1524
FAX: 937-339-1878

76 East High Street, 3rd Floor
Springfield, OH 45502 Voice: 937-322-1120
FAX: Not Currently Available

Let him know your situation and where you stand on unemployment benefits extension.

Thank You!



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