Bryan Lowry, McClatchy Washington Bureau
Contributed by NAMPA / DPA.
Washington (tca/dpa) - Last week's attack on the Capitol was the second in the span of three months that resulted in the death of a police officer.
The violence has put a focus on the security around the complex that houses Congress. But lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are adamant that the security fencing that has encircled the Capitol since the January 6 riot should not be made permanent.
And that view hasn't changed since last week when a knife-wielding man intentionally rammed a car int ...