Chicago Media Action announces the debut of its Rapid Response Form. Now you can email decision-makers on timely and important Chicago-related issues by completing a few fields from a webpage and clicking a button.
The CMA Rapid Response Form is inspired by the electronic advocacy efforts of such national websites as moveon.com and workingforchange.com.
The first cause of the Rapid Response Form: Drop the charges against Grant Newburger. For more information on the cause and to access the Form, please visit:
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