Rep. Tom Marino (R-Pa.) Announced on Thursday that he will be leaving Congress to accept a job in the private sector.
"Having worked in the civil service for over two decades, I have decided to take a job in the private sector, where I can leverage both my legal and business experience to create jobs across the nation create, "said Marino, 66, in a statement.
"I want to thank the people of the 12th Pennsylvania Convention District for the faith they have put in me to represent them in Congress, and it truly was one of the greatest honors in my life," Marino added.
Marino, who was first elected to Congressional 201
His last day in office will be January 23.
The news of his resignation was first reported in the Daily Item.
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– Updated at 12:57