Filing a Congressional Complaint?

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A congressional complaint is a type of a complaint that is presented to a congressman who in turn presents it to the congress for further inquiries. This can be in regards to violation of law, waste of funds, abuse of authority, mismanagement, sexual harassment or discrimination. These inquiries elicit a lot of emotions.
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