lookie what was waiting for me when i got home from work today! (click to enlarge - you can actually read some of it as well!)
(i'll try to get a pic of the other side of it a little later)
i don't have time right now to properly rail against this thing, but i can tell you that i made a few phone calls...
- called the Asheville office to voice my concern, and was immediately transferred to DC
- the woman in dc (whose name I did not get - she sounded young) assured me that franking information was all public knowledge, and that I had to get in touch with the "house admin legal resources" (sic), and gave me the phone number for the house switchboard. either she didn't know how to transfer my call to the house switchboard, she didn't want to transfer my call to the house switchboard, or taylor was too cheap to buy a phone with a "transfer" button on it. (the latter makes the most sense; if i understand it correctly, franking comes out of each representative's office budget.)