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Rep. Joe Cunningham (D-S.C.) was stopped by House security Friday after he attempted to bring a six-pack of beer to a fellow lawmaker on the House floor as a gesture of friendship.

Cunningham tweeted Friday that he was stopped while attempting to bring a selection of local South Carolina brews to Oregon Rep. Peter DeFazio (D) and was told that it was not allowed.

The article goes on to state the following:

“Making friends when you’re a freshman is hard and I thought I’d grease the skids with some Lowcountry beer,” Cunningham joked on Twitter. “Thankfully @RepPeterDeFazio got it in the end! Can I join the beer caucus now?”

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