Area Congressman Wants to Hear Personal Stories

by Deirdre Blake posted Feb 26 2013 6:37PM
Letting your voice be heard to area Congressmen and Senators could help them push to avoid this week's massive federal spending cuts.
First District Congressman Rob Wittman says lawmakers are in DC trying to hammer out an 11th hour deal to stop cuts from kicking in this Friday. He says sharing personal stories could help sway other lawmakers that represent areas not so populated by military workers.
It could deal a devastating blow to northern Virginia's civilian and federal defense employees.
He says concerned citizens may call his office at 202-225-4261 or send an e-mail through www.wittman.house.gov.
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02/26/2013 6:37PM
Area Congressman Wants to Hear Personal Stories
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