U.S. Rep. Loudermilk talks Turkey, Iraq, Israel
by Ricky Leroux
11:52 PM, Wednesday, May 06
MARIETTA — Freshman U.S. Rep. Barry Loudermilk’s trip to the Middle East as part of a Congressional delegation reminds him somewhat of running for office. “The intensity is very much like a campaign,” the Cassville Republican said. “The last coupl...

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