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SHERIDAN — U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., will be making stops around Wyoming this month to hold listening sessions.
He will be holding a listening session in Buffalo on Aug. 16 from 10-11 a.m. at the Johnson County Library, 171 N. Adams Ave.
Enzi is using the August congressional work period to hold these sessions to hear the ideas Wyoming residents have for solving America’s problems.
He will also be learning more about the needs of Wyoming businesses first-hand, meeting with constituents one-on-one and joining fellow Wyoming residents in celebrations throughout the state.
“These listening sessions are residents’ time to let me know what I should be working on back in Washington,” Enzi said in a press release. “As the name suggests, I listen and take notes while Wyoming folks can share with me what is on their mind.
“I don’t have plans to give a long speech, I’m there to hear their common sense, realistic ideas for solving our nation’s problems,” Enzi continued.
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