You are writing regarding

S.1116 Department of Commerce and the Workforce Consolidation Act, 112th Congress

Contact Congress

1. Choose Your Position
2. Write Your Letter
3. Share Your Communication

OpenCongress Message Builder

OpenCongress Message Builder

Use the tools in this column to help craft your letter. Anytime your mouse highlights a section, click on it to add prepared text. You can edit any part of the message at left, and if you like, add your own stories and text to personalize your letter.

Official Bill Info

  • Latest Action: May 26, 2011 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs.

    Clicking this will add the following text:

    I know the most recent action for this bill is as follows: "Read twice and referred to the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs." on May 26, 2011
  • Committee Assignment: Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs

    Clicking this will add the following text:

    This bill has been assigned to the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs committee.

Bill Statistics on OpenCongress

  • S.1116 has been viewed 5,604 times

    Clicking this will add the following text:

    S.1116 has been viewed 5,604 times on OpenCongress.org, a free, non-partisan resource.
  • Contribution Data

    Enter your street address above, and relevant campaign contribution data for your elected officials will appear here in seconds for you to use in your letter.

    Most-commented sections of the bill text

    Highest Rated User Comments

    Highly Rated Blog Articles

    • Why is Richard Burr(R-NC) Trying to Destroy American Small Business - August 19, 2011 by Chad Nance - S. 1116, the "Department of Commerce and the Workforce Consolidation Act," could eliminate all federal programs to assist small businesses, costing the nation millions of jobs. don't the Republicans know that small ...

      Clicking this will add the following text:

      As noted by Chad Nance on August 19, 2011, "S. 1116, the "Department of Commerce and the Workforce Consolidation Act," could eliminate all federal programs to assist small businesses, costing the nation millions of jobs. don't the Republicans know that small ..." (http://weirdloadreboot.com/blog/2011/08/19/why-is-richard-burrr-nc-trying-to-destroy-american-small-business/)
    • North Carolina NC: North Carolina Senator Backs Job Killing Bill ... - August 18, 2011 by Jason S - S. 1116, a Department of Commerce and a Workforce Consolidation Act, could eliminate all federal programs to assist tiny businesses, costing a nation millions of jobs. Senator Burrs bill puts North Carolinas more than 172000 tiny ...

      Clicking this will add the following text:

      As noted by Jason S on August 18, 2011, "S. 1116, a Department of Commerce and a Workforce Consolidation Act, could eliminate all federal programs to assist tiny businesses, costing a nation millions of jobs. Senator Burrs bill puts North Carolinas more than 172000 tiny ..." (http://north-carolina.blogspot.com/2011/08/north-carolina-senator-backs-job.html)
    • Burr pushes small business under the Fortune 500 bus | BlueNC - August 18, 2011 by scharrison - S. 1116, the "Department of Commerce and the Workforce Consolidation Act," could eliminate all federal programs to assist small businesses, costing the nation millions of jobs. While Burr has a wealth of bad ideas in his ...

      Clicking this will add the following text:

      As noted by scharrison on August 18, 2011, "S. 1116, the "Department of Commerce and the Workforce Consolidation Act," could eliminate all federal programs to assist small businesses, costing the nation millions of jobs. While Burr has a wealth of bad ideas in his ..." (http://www.bluenc.com/burr-pushes-small-business-under-fortune-500-bus)

    Highly Rated News Articles

    • O’Shaughnessy wins GOP nomination - March 21, 2012 by Commercial News - Among Vermilion County precincts, O’Shaughnessy collected 2,769 votes, or 65 percent, compared to Runyan’s 1,116 votes, or 26 percent. Rosson received 319 votes, or 7 percent. O’Shaughnessy, who watched the vote tally in the downtown Danville area, .

      Clicking this will add the following text:

      As noted by Commercial News on March 21, 2012, "Among Vermilion County precincts, O’Shaughnessy collected 2,769 votes, or 65 percent, compared to Runyan’s 1,116 votes, or 26 percent. Rosson received 319 votes, or 7 percent. O’Shaughnessy, who watched the vote tally in the downtown Danville area, ." (http://commercial-news.com/local/x1440947247/O-Shaughnessy-wins-GOP-nomination)
    • First-time buyers grab affordable houses in Nashville area - February 10, 2012 by Nashville Tennessean - By all accounts, home buyers have taken notice. January’s 1,116 single-family homes sold in the nine counties covered by the Greater Nashville Association of Realtors marked the best January in four years. Kendra Cooke, the association’s ...

      Clicking this will add the following text:

      As noted by Nashville Tennessean on February 10, 2012, "By all accounts, home buyers have taken notice. January’s 1,116 single-family homes sold in the nine counties covered by the Greater Nashville Association of Realtors marked the best January in four years. Kendra Cooke, the association’s ..." (http://www.tennessean.com/article/20120210/BUSINESS01/302100030/First-time-buyers-grab-affordable-houses-Nashville-area)
    • Nashville home prices hit seven-year low - February 09, 2012 by Nashville Tennessean - By all accounts, home buyers have taken notice. January’s 1,116 single-family homes sold in the nine counties covered by the Greater Nashville Association of Realtors marked the best January in four years. Kendra Cooke, the association’s ...

      Clicking this will add the following text:

      As noted by Nashville Tennessean on February 09, 2012, "By all accounts, home buyers have taken notice. January’s 1,116 single-family homes sold in the nine counties covered by the Greater Nashville Association of Realtors marked the best January in four years. Kendra Cooke, the association’s ..." (http://www.tennessean.com/article/20120209/BUSINESS/302100031/Nashville-home-prices-hit-seven-year-low)
    Enter your street address at right to find your members of Congress. You must have JavaScript enabled.
    A Letter to Congress from a constituent via OpenCongress.org

    After sending, this letter will be viewable to:

    Characters Remaining:  
    • Click "Send Message" above to complete delivery of this email. (If you don't already have a free "My OpenCongress" account, we'll make one for you now.)
    • Congressional offices require all address information in the form above be completed in order to deliver your email.
    • OpenCongress does not share your address information with any outside parties for any reason.

    OpenCongress is the only not-for-profit website that enables you to write all three of your members of Congress at once.

    OpenCongress is the only website that gives this information back to the public commons, enabling you to find other constituents near you who are tracking the same bills and issues.