U. S. Rep. John Yarmuth of Louisville spoke during a U. S. House committee field hearing on federal health care at the Lexington Public Library on Tuesday. When a businessman complained he had problems getting answers from another congressman's office, Yarmuth said the man should have called his office.
U. S. Rep. John Yarmuth of Louisville spoke during a U. S. House committee field hearing on federal health care at the Lexington Public Library on Tuesday. When a businessman complained he had problems getting answers from another congressman's office, Yarmuth said the man should have called his office. Herald-Leader
U. S. Rep. John Yarmuth of Louisville spoke during a U. S. House committee field hearing on federal health care at the Lexington Public Library on Tuesday. When a businessman complained he had problems getting answers from another congressman's office, Yarmuth said the man should have called his office. Herald-Leader

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