WASHINGTON – Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, met with Joel and Tanner Fry of Osceola during their visit to Washington, D.C., March 24.
“I enjoyed visiting with the Fry family,” Grassley said. “I appreciate the opportunity to meet face-to-face, hear concerns, and answer questions from Iowans.”
The Frys spoke with Grassley about a variety of current events and issues facing Iowans, including the upcoming installation of the State of Iowa Dr. Norman E. Borlaug statue in the U.S. Capitol, U.S. relations with Russia, immigration reform and the upcoming U.S. Senate races.
Grassley makes it a priority to meet with Iowans visiting Washington, D.C., in addition to events in Iowa, including his annual visits to each of the 99 counties. While in the nation’s capital, Grassley sets aside two hours each day to meet with Iowans. He encourages Iowans to write him or visit one of his offices regarding questions or concerns they have with the federal government.