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  • How an Idaho congressman lost 68 pounds

    Republican Rep. Mike Simpson has cut his weight from 275 pounds to 207 pounds in the past 17 months, by exercising more and eating less. He's been tracking his steps on Fitbit since November 2014. At IdahoStatesman.com on Sunday, find out how Simpson wants to get other Idahoans walking more, too.

Republican Rep. Mike Simpson has cut his weight from 275 pounds to 207 pounds in the past 17 months, by exercising more and eating less. He's been tracking his steps on Fitbit since November 2014. At IdahoStatesman.com on Sunday, find out how Simpson wants to get other Idahoans walking more, too. Tong Wu McClatchy
Republican Rep. Mike Simpson has cut his weight from 275 pounds to 207 pounds in the past 17 months, by exercising more and eating less. He's been tracking his steps on Fitbit since November 2014. At IdahoStatesman.com on Sunday, find out how Simpson wants to get other Idahoans walking more, too. Tong Wu McClatchy

68 pounds lighter, Idaho Rep. Simpson wants others to step it up 

May 21, 2016 11:06 PM