Congressman Austin Scott talked with folks at Thomas University during a campus tour on Wednesday.
Scott discussed his views on the new farm bill and he checked out the university's newly renovated west campus, he attended lunch with students and stopped by a career fair.
"Not all good ideas start in Washington, a lot of them start on the local level and we take those back to Washington, hopefully we can get things moving in the right direction," said Scott.
Scott also made a stop in ValdostA to talk with Lowndes county 9th graders.
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