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Contacting U.S. Senators

All questions and comments regarding public policy issues, legislation, or requests for personal assistance should be directed to the senators from your state. Please be aware that as a matter of professional courtesy, many senators will acknowledge, but not respond to, a message from another senator's constituent.

Digital Privacy, Free Speech, and Innovation

Electronic Frontier Foundation- The leading nonprofit defending digital privacy, free speech, and innovation.

Electronic Privacy Information

EPIC is a public interest research center in Washington, D.C. It was established in 1994 to focus public attention on emerging civil liberties issues and to protect privacy, the First Amendment, and constitutional values. EPIC publishes an award-winning e-mail and online newsletter on civil liberties in the information age.

Find your U.S. Congressional Representative

Link to the page to find out who your U.S. Representative is. You'll need your regular zip code plus the extra four (4) digits at the end. If you do not know the extra 4 digits, this site has a link to the U.S. Postal Service site, which will help you find your full zip code.

How to file a health information privacy complaint

You may file a health information privacy and security complaint with the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) if you feel a covered entity or business associate violated your (or someone else’s) health information privacy rights or committed another violation of the Privacy, Security or Breach Notification Rules.

Louisiana's Address Confidentiality Program

The ACP provides relocated victims of abuse, sexual assault or stalking with a substitute address to use in place of their actual address when they apply for or receive state or local government services (e.g., driver's license, voter registration, public school records, etc.). The goal of the ACP is to prevent an assailant or potential assailant from finding the location of a victim through the state's public records.

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