Newly sworn-in congressman visits Norwalk

Aaron Krause • Jan 12, 2013 at 12:07 PM

Congress keeps maxing out its credit card and that's a concern, a newly sworn-in congressman representing Norwalk said this week.

"Everyone else has to function under a budget except the federal government," U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Urbana) said while visiting the Maple City.

The government needs to get serious about reigning in spending and put in place policies to spur economic growth, Jordan said.

Jordan spent time this week in Norwalk visiting with constituents and groups, including the Norwalk Rotary.

A story about Jordan's visit was published in Saturday's Reflector.

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