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Two more chances to speak with the Speaker

If you missed out on Tuesday’s “Dutch Lunch” with House Speaker Thom Tillis, here are two more chances to have your voice heard.

Tillis has added a legislative town hall in Wilmington on September 15th at Cape Fear Community College. (The 5:00pm event may be further evidence that the legislative leadership wants to keep that week’s special session on constitutional amendments a short one.)

Then the following week, a second town hall has been planned for September 20th in Salisbury, though the location has not been determined.

Curious about what ground has been covered in the previous meetings? Check out today’s column by Chris Fitzsimon.

And if you plan on attending one of the September gatherings, don’t forget to pack “Ten for Tillis.”

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