Third District Congressman John Yarmuth recently took part in Esquire Magazine’s “What I’ve Learned” series, along with many other lawmakers.

On the Congressional dining room, Yarmuth says:

The food is pretty decent, a little overpriced. It’s $12.95 for a soup and salad bar and $16.95 for the whole deal — soup, salad, hot line, and desserts. There are about twenty-five Republicans I’ve met in the members’ dining room that I now feel very comfortable with and never would’ve gotten to know like that any other way.

We’ll post updates if any other local Representatives’ interviews are posted.

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