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Legislators discuss issues with residents

Posted 3/23/17

By Rusty Bradshaw

Independent Newsmedia

While there are protests calling for town halls from national legislators, Northwest Valley state lawmakers will face the public tomorrow.

The monthly …

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Legislators discuss issues with residents

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By Rusty Bradshaw
Independent Newsmedia

While there are protests calling for town halls from national legislators, Northwest Valley state lawmakers will face the public tomorrow.

The monthly legislative forum is scheduled 8:30 a.m. Friday, March 24 in the meeting room at the Sun City Home Owners Association office, 10401 W. Coggins Drive. Residents of the Sun Cities are encouraged to attend and ask questions about pending bills or other concerns.


Each month when the Arizona Legislature is in session, SCHOA and PORA of Sun City West alternate hosting a monthly legislative forum. The forum’s purpose is to offer an opportunity for constituents in Sun City and Sun City West to meet their legislators and to learn what bills are currently being addressed. SCHOA and PORA board members will be attending. Legislators from the Arizona House and Senate in District 21 and District 22 are invited to attend.

Networking and refreshments will be at 8:30 a.m. The forum will begin at 9 a.m.

Call 623-974-4718, ext. 211.
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