Not sure if anyone has seen this yet, but American Citizens in Switzerland Working Group (consisting of ACA, Democrats Abroad, Republicans Abroad) have issued the report below, summarizing the key points discussed during the series of town hall meetings held with the US Ambassador this spring. http://amiswg.org/uploads/AMISWG_Cov...er__3_2012.pdf
It is an excellent summary of key issues affecting US Citizens in Switzerland, such as FATCA, access to basic banking services, double taxation, strain on binational marriages resulting from reporting requirements, etc... It also captures the anger, fear, and frustration that was expressed during the meetings (I went to the one in Zurich) The report ends with some recommendations: eliminate citizen-based taxation, repeal FATCA, establish direct congressional representation for US citizens abroad, etc...
The report has been addressed to all members of Congress and will hopefully raise awareness on the problems US citizens are encountering as a result of US' poorly desgined policies and extraterritorial laws. But I'm not really holding my breath that anything will come out of this before the election.
As a side note it's bitter sweet to see Andy Sundberg's (RIP) signature and bio on the report. He was one of the moderators at the Zurich meeting and emphatically made the point that US citizens abroad need direct congressional representation. This report is one of his last documented, on public record, contributions to the cause of US citizens abroad.