RECAP: McMorris Rodgers’ Friday in Spokane

Apr 14, 2017

SPOKANE, WA (April 14, 2017) – Today, Eastern Washington Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers (WA-05) spent the day in Spokane meeting with and hearing from local community leaders.

She began the day attending the Greater Spokane Incorporated “Let Freedom Ring Breakfast” to honor military men and women from our community who serve and protect the freedoms we enjoy every day. She offered remarks to thank those in attendance for their service and for all they do, day in and day out, to keep our country safe and free.

Later in the morning, the Congresswoman hosted another Coffee with Cathy event to meet with people who reached and and wanted to voice their thoughts and concerns on a variety of issues. This is part of her continued effort to connect directly with folks in Eastern Washington, in a format to hear their thoughts, concerns, and questions in a productive fashion.

Rep. McMorris Rodgers finished her morning by meeting with the Better Health Together Board to discuss their work on transformative Medicaid programs in Washington state. The Congresswoman is focused on how to create a 21st Century health care system that will provide quality and affordable health care to all Americans.

Congresswoman McMorris Rodgers will not be hosting any public events on Saturday, April 15th or Sunday, April 16th. On Monday, April 17th, the Congresswoman will be in Spokane, Colfax and Walla Walla meeting with people and groups on a variety of issues. She has released the following schedule of events:

Monday, April 17th, 2017

5:45 AM          Honor Flight Send Off
                        Location: Alaska Airlines Baggage claim area at Spokane Airport
                        Open Press – please contact or to RSVP
                        More details here: 


9:45 AM          Meeting with Agriculture Bankers

                       Closed Press

11:00 AM        Coffee with Cathy

                       Location: Rep. McMorris Rodgers’ Spokane Office

                       Description: Coffee with Cathy attendees are chosen on a first-come, first serve basis. Attendees are those who reached out to the Congresswoman’s office and asked for an appointment. Topics are usually a grab bag of issues or can center around one particular issue.

                      Closed press

3:45 PM          Travel from Spokane to Colfax

5:00 PM          Farm Bill Listening Session

                       Location: Public Service Building, 310 N Main St Colfax, WA

                       Open Press – please contact or to RSVP

6:00 PM          Travel from Colfax to Walla Walla

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