Md.'s only GOP congressman to hold 'town hall,' venue issues 'code of conduct' to attend
WYE MILLS, Md. (AP) -- People attending a Maryland congressman's town hall meeting cannot have signs with sticks attached to them, set up tables inside or outside and must not approach anyone to hand them informational handouts, according to a code of conduct issued by the venue.
First District Rep. Andy Harris, the only Republican in Maryland's congressional delegation, will conduct a hour-long town hall Friday at Chesapeake College in Wye Mills.
Harris' office released the "code of conduct" it says the college will enforce at the venue, the Todd Performing Arts Center. It seats about 900 people.