By KERRY LYNN FRALEY
The decision-makers on Capitol Hill have a skewed view of what Americans care about because they hear only from a select few, said the Rev. Philip Hundley of Hagerstown.
Consequently, funding from the federal government is not getting out into the community in the right form, said Hundley, who in February took his concerns to U.S. Rep. Roscoe Bartlett, R-Md.
Hoping to give the "poor community" a chance to be heard, Hundley said he asked Bartlett about coming to a public forum in Hagerstown where poorer people and minorities would be encouraged to voice their concerns.