Lewis working to replace health care law; 2nd District representative commits to holding ‘productive, constructive’ in-person town hall

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Washington, D.C., politics has dominated the news cycle in the past month as President Donald Trump entered office with Republican control of the Senate and House.

U.S. Rep. Jason Lewis, R-Woodbury, says he would be doing things differently than Trump, who has created international reactions to his executive orders with regard to border security and deportation of illegal immigrants.

Lewis, who spoke with the newspaper on Tuesday, hasn’t delved into those topics with the House in the past month as he’s been focused on efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.

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