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BRAMNICK STATEMENT ON INDICTMENT OF ASSEMBLYMAN ROBERT SCHROEDER
Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick, R-Union, issued the following statement regarding today's announced indictment by the state Attorney General of Assemblyman Robert Schroeder, who represents the 39th Legislative District:
“In light of today's indictment of Assemblyman Schroeder, I do not believe he can continue to properly serve his constituents while facing these serious charges. I believe it is in the best interest of his constituents that Assemblyman Schroeder immediately resign his seat in the General Assembly."
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