Delegation Says Tragedy Won’t Affect Availability
All three members of Wyoming's congressional delegation say they won't change how they meet with constituents despite the attempted assassination of an Arizona congresswoman during the weekend.
Open to constituency:
"A report from the Associated Press said authorities in Arizona have charged 22-year-old Jared Loughner in the shooting spree that wounded Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and killed a federal judge and five other people in Tucson.
Sen. Mike Enzi called the shootings a senseless and inexcusable tragedy. But he says he doesn't feel the need to add security at his public events or change his schedule.
A spokeswoman for Sen. John Barrasso says the senator plans to continue to meet regularly and openly with his constituents.
Rep. Cynthia Lummis also says the attack won't change how she does her job."
Daniel Sandoval, Casper