Shooting To Mean More Security For Congress?

It might be harder to get access to your local Congressman in the future, because of the mass shooting in Tucson which wounded House member Gabrielle Giffords.


That's the opinion of former Green Bay area Congressman Steve Kagen, who entered the House four years ago along with Giffords. Kagen says he has spoken with several members of Congress this weekend, who said they would change their security routines because of the shooting in Arizona.

La Crosse Congressman Ron Kind calls Giffords a 'close personal friend' and says the shootings were a 'senseless act of violence.' In a statement released this weekend, Kind said Giffords was shot while doing 'what all (House) members should be out doing'...meeting with citizens in her district.

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