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What’s Up Tour: Taking Back Our State
Lecture | Seminar
Date: September 12, 2013
Time: 6:00 pm

Location: Show map
CN Jenkins Memorial Presbyterian Church
1421 Statesville Ave
Charlotte, NC 28206

Contact: Rep. Garland E. Pierce
Phone: 919-715-5723
Email: nclbc@ncleg.net

Members of the North Carolina Legislative Black Caucus (NCLBC) will host a series of Town Hall meetings during the Interim Session of the North Carolina General Assembly, the first in this district and will highlight legislation that will affect families, education, health care and voting rights.

These sessions will be hosted by the NCLBC members in their respective districts along with other members of the Charlotte and surrounding county General Assembly delegation and other state, local elected officials community partners and business leaders. The Town Hall Meetings will explore the impact of recent legislation on voter suppression, education, health care, human services, unemployment and economics and sound the alarm for action, reaction.
 




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