Rep. Love marks Constitution Week with school visit

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SANDY, Utah (ABC4 Utah) – Representative Mia Love (R-UT) honored Constitution Week with Jordan High School students Monday.

She talked about the importance, rights and responsibilities of the U.S. Constitution.

Jordan High senior Gabrielle Marz wrote the congresswoman requesting printed “pocket constitutions” for her fellow students.

Not only did the representative fulfill that request, but she made a personal stop to speak with Jordan High’s government classes.

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