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February 18, 2013 6:00 PM

Congress members should stop by a food bank

As Congress resumes the important work of balancing our budget and cutting expenditures, it will face some difficult decisions. I sincerely hope that our members of Congress will take time to educate themselves about the services they are considering so that any cuts are made in a way that strengthens our community and protects the essential services that help struggling families.

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