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NC Policy Watch comes to Charlotte

Heads up Queen City folk — N.C. Policy Watch is coming to Charlotte for a special Crucial Conversation luncheon.

We’re calling it:  “Divide and conquer? What a year of conservative control has meant for the North Carolina General Assembly.”

When:  Wednesday, November 2 – Lunches will be available at 11:45 and the program will begin at 12 noon 

Where: Harris Hall at the Levine Museum of the New South, 200 E. Seventh St. in downtown Charlotte

We’ll feed you with a lot of good information and good food all for just $10. Hope to see you on the November 2nd!

Click kere for more information.

2 Comments


  1. James

    October 13, 2011 at 3:06 pm

    Great theme for the conversation. Keep beating that drum.

  2. Jasmine

    October 14, 2011 at 9:57 am

    The Queen City is looking forward to this event .

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