Sakonnet area legislative forum set for May 6

Posted 4/30/19

Concerned about state budget deficits and taxes? Gun control bills? Affordable housing? Climate change initiatives? Healthcare affordability? Reproductive rights?

Join a moderated discussion at …

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Sakonnet area legislative forum set for May 6

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Concerned about state budget deficits and taxes? Gun control bills? Affordable housing? Climate change initiatives? Healthcare affordability? Reproductive rights?

Join a moderated discussion at the Tiverton Public Library with the state legislators representing Portsmouth, Tiverton, and Little Compton.  There will be a short presentation from each legislator, a question and answer session, and continued conversation over refreshments.  

Date: Monday, May 6; time: 6-8 p.m.

The event will be hosted by the Portmouth, Tiverton, and Little Compton Democratic town committees.

Attending will be Senators Lou DiPalma, Jim Seveney, and Walter Felag as well as Representatives Dennis Canario, Jay Edwards, Terri Cortvriend, and Susan Donovan.

Discussion will be moderated by Tiverton's Mike Burk

Questions will be collected beforehand.  To r.s.v.p. and take a survey, visit littlecomptondems.org.

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