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August 6, 2014 5:46 PM

Politicians spreading out their offices

As federal and state legislators, we value the opportunity of bringing our offices’ constituent services to the smaller communities and towns of our districts. We also see a benefit in holding district office hours jointly, so that constituents in the selected communities have an opportunity to meet to discuss casework and issues on an individual basis. To that point, and since working together often gets more done than working alone, we have decided to hold joint office hours in local communities.

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