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Keep up the bipartisanship

Nice to see Congresswoman McMorris Rodgers as part of a bipartisan congressional delegation to the U.N. (“Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers says she’ll defend Israel, combat socialism as congressional rep to U.N.” by Kip Hill, Spokesman-Review, April 1). She also recently joined Senator Cantwell to stand up to Jimmy Kimmel’s dig against Gonzaga, during March Madness.

Hopefully, she will continue this bipartisan work with support for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria. With the president calling for an end to AIDS in America by 2030, supporting the Global Fund will be necessary, since these pandemics must be treated globally to protect us locally. San Francisco’s recent commitment and success in battling this disease would be a great model for congress to support nationally, and Rep. McMorris Rodgers would be a great leader to help this to happen.

Why not take a moment to call or write her and suggest she do just that.

Willie Dickerson

Snohomish, Wash.

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