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Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Mike Enzi's, R-Wyo., Washington, D.C. office in the Senate Russell building opened for business this morning after being closed since Oct. 18 for anthrax screening.

During that time Enzi and his Washington staff worked from the Capitol building, their homes and temporary offices on Capitol Hill.

Results of environmental tests on the Russell building revealed that there was no evidence of anthrax spores in the building. All Senators housed in the Russell building and their staffs have been allowed to return to their offices.

The Hart and Dirksen office buildings, as well as the House buildings, remain closed today.

Mail delivery to the building is still suspended, however, and Wyomingites should contact Senator Enzi by writing to, faxing his D.C. office at 202.228.0359, or by contacting his state offices by calling, in Gillette, 307.682.6268; in Cheyenne 307.772.2477; in Casper 307.261.6572; in Cody 307.527.9444; and in Jackson 307.739.9507.