Ortiz-Self, Peterson discuss travel ban Saturday in Edmonds

By Evan Smith

Herald writer

State Reps. Lillian Ortiz-Self and Strom Peterson will speak Saturday in Edmonds about President Trump’s recent executive order on immigration.

The two will speak at 5:30 p.m. Saturday at the Edmonds Lutheran Church, 23525 84th Ave W, Edmonds, as part of a lecture series on “Islam, Christianity and Friendship”, a lecture series offered by the Edmonds Lutheran Church and the Muslim Association of Puget Sound.

After the lecture, Reps. Peterson and Ortiz-Self will meet with constituents to answer questions on the executive order on immigration.

Democrats Ortiz-Self and Peterson represent the 21st Legislative District, including most of Edmonds, unincorporated areas north of Edmonds and Lynnwood and northeast of Lynnwood, all of Mukilteo and part of south Everett.

Evan Smith can be reached at schsmith@frontier.com.

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