Rothstein, Betsy
November 2007
Hill;11/9/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 134, p18
An interview with the U.S. Representative Virginia Foxx is presented. When asked about her favorite place to eat lunch, she states that she seldom eat lunch and if she have enough time to eat lunch, she prefer to eat only banana. Foxx stresses out that she is half-Italian and she can make wonderful lasagna meatballs. She also states that she is the only person in her family who does not like to eat liver.


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