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Rep. John Delaney Tours Frederick High School

The Congressman says he wanted to come to Frederick High School because education is one of his top priorities.
FREDERICK, Md. - Congressman John Delaney toured Frederick High School Tuesday afternoon.

"I wanted to do it because there's really nothing else more important. If we could focus on one issue and only one issue this would be the issue," said Delaney, (D) - Md. 6th District.

He met with school administrators and then spoke to students in an AP environmental science class. Delaney discussed climate change with them and told students about the importance of education.

"Frederick County Public Schools are really the premier school in the region, so it's great that the Congressman is coming to see what that looks like on the ground, what that looks like in our classrooms," said Michael Doerrer, spokesman for Frederick County Public Schools.

The Congressman says he wanted to come to Frederick High School because education is one of his top priorities.

"It's both part of making the country competitive so we have a good economy," Delaney said. "There's never been a stronger correlation in our country's history in having a good education and being able to get a job and supporting yourself."

Delaney will go to Fort Detrick's emergency services center ribbon cutting Wednesday morning and then head to Hagerstown for several events.
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