It is amazing how most issues we face today are “solvable with commitment, ingenuity and cooperation.” ("Republicans: What will it take? by Marty Essen, Sept. 7).
Currently in the House, Resolution 466 demonstrates bipartisan effort to make sure all children in our world get an education. In the Senate, a bipartisan bill was recently introduced to end preventable deaths of millions of children and mothers in our world (Reach Every Mother and Child Act, S. 1730).
So cooperation is possible. Constituent voices can play a big role in this by thanking those involved with these bills and telling our representatives and senators to get on board with “commitment, ingenuity and cooperation.”