Bill Clinton asked Americans to answer the call -- instead, they're placing calls. U.S. citizens are phoning their Senators at a rate more than twice that of last year. Figures from the office of the Senate sergeant at arms show that from Jan. 1 to Feb. 4 there were 4.2 million calls to the Senate this year, in contrast to 1.9 million during that same period in 1992.
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