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H. Res. 1297: Supporting the goals and ideals of American Craft Beer Week Passes


  
H. Res. 1297: Supporting the goals and ideals of American Craft Beer Week Passes

While most of Washington was focused on Tuesday's election results, the House was busy doing something else: Passing a resolution about beer.
  
House Resolution 1297, sponsored by Rep. Betsy Markey, supports "the goals and ideals of American Craft Beer Week." 
  
"We've got quite a number of microbreweries and entrepreneurs that are creating jobs, and we wanted to celebrate that this is a craft," Markey told POLITICO.

"I think beer has been a tradition since this country was founded," said Markey. "We wanted to celebrate entrepeneurship and good beer!"

Markey is obviously partial to brews from her home state of Colorado, but she won't claim a favorite.

"You can't just have one," said Markey. "It really depends on what mood you're in. Sometimes, I like a light beer I might want a Skinny Dip or otherwise prefer a heavier brew."

The real question is: Why would anyone vote against this?

"It does seem like a no brainer," said Markey.
 

 





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