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Despite Nation’s Fiscal Challenges, Congressman Miller’s Office Open to Serve Constituents


Washington, Mar 8, 2013 -

As you may have heard, the White House announced this week that they will be suspending public tours. I would like to assure residents of the 31st Congressional District that my office has identified and made spending cuts without impacting the level and quality of service that should be expected of their Representative in Congress.

Whether you are experiencing difficulties with the Social Security Administration, need help obtaining a passport from the State Department, or require any assistance in dealing with any other federal agency, my office is here to help. In addition, I pledge to you that my office in D.C. will continue to provide free tours of the United State Capitol for residents visiting Washington. For more information on how my office can help you, please visit my website or contact my District Office at (909) 980-1492.  
 
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