In honor of Constitution Day, U.S. Rep. Howard P.“Buck” McKeon’s district offices in Valencia and Palmdale will distribute pocket Constitutions to constituents of the 25th Congressional District.
“It’s important for all Americans to be versed and understand the Constitution of the United States,” said McKeon, R-Santa Clarita. “The Constitution is more than just the Bill of Rights; it contains the manuscript that outlines the structure of our nation’s government, the system of separation of powers through the three branches, and our uniquely American system of checks and balances. There is a timeless quality to the principles laid down in the Constitution by our founding fathers, and it is those principles that provide the fundamental protection of our freedom in America.”
Supplies are limited to two copies per family and 20 per nonprofit organization or school. Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at McKeon’s district offices, located at 26650 The Old Road, Suite 203 in Valencia and 1008 W. Ave M-14, Suite E-1 in Palmdale.
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