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Magic Valley nonprofit sends director to Washington to secure funding

TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) As the country waited to see if the federal government would shut down last week, one Magic Valley nonprofit director watched as well. After all Ken Robinette’s ticket to D.C. wasn’t refundable.

When an extension was penned, that confirmed one thing for Robinette, he would get a chance to tell members of congress about his programs.

Rep. Mike Simpson invited Robinette to talk about the Weatherization Assistance Program, or WAP, to the House Energy and Water Subcommittee. Simpson chairs the committee.

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