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Angel invites citizen input during telephone town meeting March 14

OLYMPIA — State Rep. Jan Angel is inviting citizens from throughout the 26th Legislative District to join her for a telephone town hall meeting on Thursday, March 14, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.

The program is similar to a call-in radio talk show in which people may call and ask questions over the telephone, and participate in surveys.

“This is an opportunity to reach thousands of people across the 26th District and join them in a community conversation about the issues in the Legislature that may affect them. We are just past the halfway point of the scheduled 105-day session and by the time we connect in this telephone town hall meeting, lawmakers in the House of Representatives will have voted on hundreds of bills,” noted Angel, R-Port Orchard. “It’s a great time to provide an update and also hear from citizens whether the Legislature is on track with their wishes or if it needs a course correction.”

Citizens may participate in the event by dialing toll-free, 1-877-229-8493 and entering PIN code 15472 when prompted.

“This is a great way to participate in your government, and what is more convenient than doing it from the comfort of your home? I encourage people to pick up the phone and get involved in our community conversation,” said Angel.

For more information, call Angel’s office at 360-786-7967 or visit www.houserepublicans.wa.gov/jan-angle.

 

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