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Marshall on shooting at Congressional Baseball practice

POSTED June 14, 2017 9:11 a.m.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Congressman Roger Marshall, M.D., issued the following statement after Wednesday morning’s shooting at Congressional Baseball practice:
“I am all right. This morning was one of just a handful of practices I haven’t made it to. Thank you for the many who have asked about me and offered support.
Steve Scalise is the leader of our team in so many ways. Whether it is on the baseball field, the House floor, or in life, he is always encouraging, motivating and supporting his members and teammates. Just two days ago, Steve and I were riding together to an event at the Secretary of the Interior’s office, enjoying each other’s company. He is a terrific friend and father, and his wife and two kids are in my prayers.
There were staff and Police seriously injured. I want to ask for prayers for them and their families.
This – at a baseball practice, no less – is an insult to America, our way of live and our ability to put politics aside and enjoy a pastime to benefit charity.
I ask that each of you join me in praying for my good friend, Steve Scalise, and the staff and Capitol Police who were injured. I don’t have any other information at this time, but I ask for your continued prayers for those injured and their families.
The coward who did this will not win in any way. Though shaken, we are not deterred in our mission to turn this country in a better direction.

Marshall to hold Larned town hall, previously scheduled

LARNED — The public is invited to join U.S. Congressman Roger Marshall for a town hall in Larned from 9-10 a.m. on Saturday, June 17, at the Larned Area Chamber of Commerce Jordan Room, 502 Broadway.
“I look forward to returning to Larned to talk with fellow Kansans about the issues, ideas and concerns they have,” Congressman Marshall said. “Every time we sit down, define problems together and civilly discuss them, we move closer to real solutions.”

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