Loved by readers,the MLA quote of the day.
I’ll be honest: I’ve never actually seen it myself.
But this tweet is so perfect that it’s hard to deny it’s an MLA tweet.
A social media meme.
But also a true quote, the source says.
It’s not only the money.
It is a social network post about homelessness.
This is a quote from the head of the National Association of State Directors of Homelessness.
And I love it.
It makes me feel good about my city.
I love that it is about our city, it’s about the people that are in our city.
So, what does this say about our state?
This is about the state, it is a state, this is the way we treat each other.
It says, ‘Hey, this place is for everyone.
It has no limits, no boundaries.
We are a diverse state and we treat everyone with dignity and respect.’
I just want to say to you guys, I’m here to say that we have a lot of work to do, we have to take care of our people, we need to make sure that we don’t have any people on the streets who are on the verge of becoming homeless.
So that is the MLA quotation of the Day.
It also explains how MLAs have a “unique position” to represent a state in Congress, which is why I’m so proud to be a state representative, a city councilman, a mayor and a state senator.
And this quote from MLAs also speaks to the role of state government.
It states: We can’t take care just of our city or our state, but we have an obligation to our people.
It said: I’m in my community and I’m proud to represent it.
That is the best part about being a state legislator.
MLAs represent their constituents.
They represent the state.
And so, when I think about this quote, it makes me think about how much I love our state.
I mean, it speaks to us.
And it speaks about us.
I think of the city of Seattle, which we’re so proud of.
It reminds me of the work that’s going on there and the leadership that’s being done there.
It speaks to our state government, the leadership in our state that is working so hard to create the kind of policies that will make us more secure, more prosperous, more equal and more equal.
This was posted at 12:05 a.m. and has been corrected.