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Los Angeles County, CA June 5, 2012 Election
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Massie Munroe
Answers Questions

Candidate for
United States Representative; District 28

 
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The questions were prepared by the League of Women Voters of California Education Fund and asked of all candidates for this office.
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Questions & Answers

1. In this time of high unemployment, what are the most important steps that should be taken to improve our nationís economy?

Provide Construction loans to Americans to be able to build. Mass-produce solar energy products to make them cost effective for the consumers to install solar energy systems. Contribute to clean air and this will result in many employment opportunities.

Strengthen wrongful termination laws and enforce penalties for such.

Create effective job training and placement programs.

Expand the budget for job development programming, particularly in needed areas.

Initiate statutes to ban and penalize workplace mobbing, bullying and violence.

2. How should the federal budget deficit be addressed, now and into the future? How should budget priorities for defense and domestic programs be adjusted?

The billons of dollar budget for war, security and surveillance should be cut. Such budget should be used to provide construction, homeowner, property, and investment loans. We must legislate serious bills to monitor the applications of Nano/energy technology and HAARP which are being used to hurt the people of America. This technology should be used to build America. If such technology is applied in its proper and safe capacity, all aspects of our industry, can benefit. The deficit will be minimized and we can assist Europe and the world in their economic growth.

3. What are your priorities with respect to our nationís energy policy? Should there be an emphasis on clean energy and reducing carbon emissions, and/or on reducing our dependence on foreign sources?

There should be emphasis on clean energy. We no longer can sustain our existence the way we have lived in the past. I would press for mass production of solar energy products and other alternative energy systems. This has to be made cost effective and readily available for American consumers. Also, applications of Nano/Energy technology have to be available to Americans.This technology is well developed and is the state of the art technology.

4. What, if any, changes should be made to federal health care policies or programs?

The exposure of millions of Americans to satellite energy weapons and HAARP has to be addressed in any health care reform or plan. What is the use of going to the hospitals while being bombarded with satellites and energy weapons? Without consideration of such, which is an ongoing reality in America, all our efforts in any health care plan will result in failure.

5. What, if any, changes should be made to federal rules on campaign financing?

Funds must be available to all candidates equally at all levels. Not only funding issues have to be corrected, also we must be aware that the re-districting in California could be utilized to equally adversely affect qualified candidates.


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