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Two Tillis town halls on tap this week

Want to weigh in on Pre-K funding, the $139 million shortfall to the state’s Medicaid program, or repeal of the Racial Justice Act?

North Carolina House Speaker Thom Tillis will be in Pittsboro this evening, hosting one of his final legislative town halls for the year.

Monday’s event begins at 5:00pm at Central Carolina Community College, Chatham County Campus, 764 West St. Pittsboro, N.C.

Can’t make it this evening?

You can catch up with Speaker Tillis Thursday over in High Point. Details on Thursday’s event can be found here.

Tillis has held more than a dozen public town hall meetings since mid-August to discuss the 2011 legislative session and outline some of the General Assembly’s plans for  2012.

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