News Release, House Minority Caucus Maryland General Assembly

Asks Federal Delegation to Put Partisanship Aside

ANNAPOLIS– Leaders of the House Minority Caucus today sent a letter to Maryland’s federal delegation asking them to seek bipartisan solutions to immigration and the government shutdown.

The letter, signed by House Minority Leader Nic Kipke, Minority Whip Kathy Szeliga, Assistant Minority Leader Matt Morgan, and Chief Deputy Whip Jason Buckel, called on Maryland’s federal representatives to put partisanship aside and find a compromise that will deliver what the citizens need.

“We believe that negotiation and compromise are vitally important, particularly in the complex situation presented by the debate over the federal shutdown and the immigration issues,” the letter stated.

The full text of the letter is availablehere.

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