A letter is a personal gesture, a personal way of expressing your opinion.
But a letter to the editor from a man in Iowa has been making the rounds.
The letter was written by an anonymous man who has been calling to complain about a local paper’s coverage of a woman’s suicide attempt.
The man said he had received a letter from the paper, The Des Moines Register, and the paper’s editors.
He sent the letter to Rep. Mike Padden, D-Cincinnati, and to Rep, Mike Pompeo, R-Kan., on behalf of two men who died in suicide in 2017.
He also said he was not making the letter public because he was afraid of retaliation.
Pompeo and Padden have both declined to respond to the letter.
But the letter, written by a man named Andrew, has drawn widespread attention, with a CNN article titled ‘A man’s letter to Congress.’
Pombeos office said the congressman does not condone the actions of anonymous letters.
The office said he will respond to any such letters.
“While there are legitimate questions that arise about whether anonymous letters are an appropriate method for addressing concerns, we are confident that a transparent process will help protect our constituents and ensure our reporters are able to follow their professional responsibilities,” Padden’s office said in a statement.
The Iowa House is a branch of the U.S. House of Representative.
The House of Reps.
is the legislative body that decides the policies and procedures of the House of Lords, or chamber of the United States Congress.
Pomeroy said he has received several letters from anonymous people, most of them anonymous.
He said he does not understand why the letter is being shared.
He said he received one letter last week.
He wrote to the paper again and asked for a copy of the letter he received.
Pimpeo did not respond to a request for comment.
The letters are being shared on social media.
Pomeo and Pompeo have been working to increase mental health awareness among members of the state’s Democratic caucus.
Pomeroy says the letter from Andrew, which he is working on with his staff, shows that they are committed to ensuring that we continue to focus on the mental health of our citizens.
The House is expected to vote on the bills on Tuesday.