Don't like the BAD NEWS
about what you are eating and drinking?
Let someone in government know about it... NOW!
(keep a copy of this page for yourself!)

  How about "Number one!"
  Does the "buck" REALLY stop there?

The President
The Vice President
The First Lady

The mailing address is:

1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
Washington, D.C. 20500

Phone: (202) 456-1414
Fax: (202) 456-2883
Federal Trade Commission Complaint form. Employee locater Directory Services


Secretary of DHHS Tommy G. Thompson (Boss over FDA, CDC, NIH)

Secretary of Health and Human Services, Tommy G. Thompson
Phone......: 202-690-7000
Fax........: 202-690-7203
E-mail.....: no email address by choice!
Location...: 200 Independence Ave., S.W. Room 615-F
             Washington, DC 20201


Commissioner, Bernard A. Schwetz DVM, PhD (Acting)
Phone......: 301-827-2410
Fax........: 301-443-3100
Location...: 5600 Fishers Ln. Room 14-71
             Rockville MD 20857


Director, Karen P. O'Steen
Phone......: 301-496-1461
Fax........: 301-496-8276
Location...: 1 Center Drive, MSC 0122 (Room B1-55)
             Bethesda, MD 20892-0122


DIRECTOR, Jeffrey Koplan MD
Phone......: 404-639-7000
Fax........: 404-639-7111
Location...: Atlanta GA
   FDA... They opened this "Pandora's box!"
BSCHWETZ@OC.FDA.GOV The FDA commissioner (acting).
FDA TOLL FREE HOTLINE: 1-800-532-4440

Monsanto   - 1-800-332-3111 (they dumped aspartame in March, 2000)
NutraSweet - 1-800-321-7254 (8 a.m. to 5 p.m., CST)

Department of Justice (DoJ) AskDOJ@USDOJ.GOV
U.S. Department of Justice
950 Pennsylvania Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20530-0001

National Fraud Information Hotline   - 1-800-876-7060
National Org. for Victim Assistance  - 1-800-879-6682
National Victim Center               - 1-800-394-3255

USDA     -  1-800-535-4555 EST
Seafood  -  1-800-FDA-4010 EST

Need the name of YOUR congressional reps? For several different ways to find out... visit:

An alternate site is

Curious to know if your reps are working for YOU? The Legislative Branch...   House Roll Call Votes (House Clerk's Office) House recorded votes for the current and previous Congresses (1990 -present), arranged in reverse chronological order by roll call number. A summary display lists roll call vote number, date, bill number or other "issue" being voted on, the "question" -- or substance of the vote -- the vote result, and title/description of the measure or issue being voted on. Roll call numbers are linked to individual member votes, and bill numbers are linked to the THOMAS Bill Summary and Status record for that measure.

Voting Records of Members of Congress   Congressional Observer Publications Subscription service which lists for free all votes from 1993 to the present by roll call number. Subscribers can search all votes by individual Member and by topic.   VIS Ratings (VIS: Voter Information Service) VIS special interest groups ratings for each member, listed by state and congressional district.   American Conservative Union (ACU) Ratings of Members of Congress House and Senate member ratings, vote descriptions and ACU analysis of ratings available for 1995 and 1996. ACU Congressional Ratings archive from 1971 - 1994.

Congressional Scorecard (Concord Coalition) The scorecard rates all members of the House of Representatives and the Senate based on their votes on budget and entitlements-related issues.   Public Citizen's Congressional Voting and Money Scorecard (Public Citizen) The "best" and "worst" Members of Congress, based on Public Citizen's legislative agenda.

     Are YOU amazed that so many members of congress are still rooted in the 19th century?   If they don't sport a WEB page or an Email address... then you will have to spend 32 cents and use "snail-mail".   Here are the two addresses necessary:


(Name of Senator)
Washington, D.C.
125 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20510