YORK, Pa. — U.S. Rep. Todd Platts of Pennsylvania is leaving Congress after 12 years, saying he's a believer in term limits.
The Republican announced Tuesday he wouldn't be seeking a sixth term this year, citing his history of sponsoring 12-year term limit proposals.
His south-central Pennsylvania district is solidly Republican.
Before being elected to succeed longtime U.S. Rep. Bill Goodling in 2000, Platts had been a state House member representing a suburban York district.
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