We’ll start the meeting with some information which should help orient the group around the goals of the Town Hall, related to the WSPTA Legislative Priorities. Each legislator will then have some time to introduce themselves and make an opening statement. After that we’ll use the rest of the time for Q&A.
If there are a lot of people, we’ll have to be judicious with questions and the time spent on each one. If there are fewer people, or there otherwise seems to be plenty of time, we can proceed more casually.
Here are a few ways that you can prepare for the Town Hall (but please feel free to attend without preparing)…
1) Read this article from 10/26, written by WSPTA’s Legislative Consultant Marie Sullivan, about what to expect in the upcoming Legislative Session…
Human Services, Reentry & Rehabilitation (Vice Chair)
Environment, Energy & Technology
State Representative Eileen Cody
Health Care & Wellness (Chair)
State Representative Joe Fitzgibbon
Environment & Energy (Chair)
Rural Development, Agriculture, & Natural Resources