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Announcement Regarding Tomorrow’s Telephone Town Hall

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Washington, June 14, 2017 | comments
In the wake of this morning’s shooting at the Congressional baseball practice in Alexandria, my thoughts and prayers continue to be with my friend and colleague, Congressman Steve Scalise, the courageous Capitol Police officers, the staff members, and all those impacted by this horrific and senseless attack. I am thankful for the bravery shown and the quick action of our law enforcement and first responders, which undoubtedly saved many innocent lives today.

Given that two legislative business days have been cancelled to focus on healing rather than politics and to take time to pray for full recovery, tomorrow’s originally scheduled Telephone Town Hall will be postponed until Thursday, June 22nd, 2017. I am honored to represent the 10th District of Georgia, and I am grateful for every opportunity to speak with you on the issues facing our nation. I look forward to speaking with many of you next Thursday evening.
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