CALL TO ACTION!
Sunday, January 13 – Town Hall Meeting with Rep. Rick Larsen, Heiner Hall, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., Whatcom Community College, 288 W Kellogg Rd, Bellingham.
You are invited. Rep. Larsen’s Town Hall is being held to discuss the local impacts of the partial government shutdown and hear from you about any impacts you are facing due to the shutdown. A partial government shutdown is bad for Washington state. Congress’ number one priority right now must be reopening the government, putting people back to work and giving federal workers and contractors the back pay to which they are entitled.
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