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Rep. Moeller Town Hall Set for April 16
State Rep. Anna Moeller meets with constituents over the legislative spring break April 16 in Elgin.
ELGIN – With just a few weeks left in the spring legislative session, State Rep. Anna Moeller wants to make sure her constituents are informed on the important issues and new laws coming from Springfield.
Moeller, D-Elgin, has scheduled a Town Hall legislative discussion for constituents in the 43rd House District on Tuesday, April 16, from 7 to 8 p.m. at the Gail Borden Public Library Community Rooms, 270 N. Grove Ave., Elgin.
Moeller and her colleagues in the 101st Illinois General Assembly have been busy working on issues important to working families since the beginning of the year, including raising the minimum wage and providing wage equity in the workplace. She will provide an update on these efforts and discuss ongoing conversations about a new state budget, a capital construction program and more important issues as the legislative session ends May 31.
The town hall is free and anyone is encouraged to attend to hear the updates and ask questions.
"A critical part of serving the 43rd House District is talking with constituents and understanding clearly how they feel about how we can improve our state," Moeller said. "The more people who show up and share their opinions at this Town Hall, the better I can ensure their voices are heard as we head into the important conclusion of the legislative session in Springfield."
Questions? Contact Rep. Moeller’s district office at 847-841-7130 or email@example.com.
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