U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton is not happy with the way the Bureau of Reclamation does its public-opinion surveys. Apparently when they send them out they ask people to complete the form and as a thank you they include a $2 bill as incentive to return the survey. It’s been discovered that most just keep the money and not bother filling out the survey. Rep. Tipton is now seeking an amendment to an appropriations measure that would stop that practice. Last year the bureau sent out over 11,000 similar surveys with the money incentive to get input on four privately owned hydroelectric dams on the Klamath River in Oregon. Those that did not return the survey would get a 2nd one by priority or express mail with a $20 incentive.