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WASHINGTON, D.C., May 19, 2011 - Did you know you can connect with the House Natural Resources Committee online? In addition to our award-winning website, the Committee has more ways to engage and communicate with the American people. Here’s where you can interact with us online:

In addition, you can follow Team @NatResources on our personal Twitter accounts, including Jill Strait (@JillStrait), Spencer Pederson (@SpencerPederson), Crystal Feldman (@CrystalFeldman), Jamie Hennigan (@JamieHennigan), Mallory Micetich (@mmicetich), and myself (@NealKirby).

The new Republican majority has pledged to change the way Congress works – to lead by listening to and reflecting the will of the American people. Together with new rules demanding increased levels of online disclosure and transparency, connecting with the Committee online is another example of the new majority’s commitment to making Congress more open and accountable.

Log on and connect with us. We look forward to hearing from you!


Contact: Neal Kirby

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