Young Faces Criticism for Voting Absence

The U.S. House returned to work Monday after a week-long recess and took up a series of non-controversial votes to name post offices after members of the military, some of whom died in battle.  Alaska’s Congressman Don Young was there along with his colleagues, but he’s faced criticism recently for the number of votes he’s missed this year.

Editor’s Note: The distance from Alaska to Washington DC is around 3,700 miles.

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