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March 12, 2021


Final chance to ask legislators questions before the session is over

Tomorrow is the 2nd Kootenai County Legislative Town Hall brought to you by the Kootenai County Republican Central Committee. All county legislators except Mary Souza and Jim Addis will be attending; this is a good time to ask questions to the people who represent YOU down in Boise. As the 2021 legislative session wraps up in the next few weeks; this will be our chance to ask our representatives WHY the state is still under an “emergency” order, and why we were promised last August that their first order of business in January was to eradicate the emergency order and remove the Governor’s overreaching powers. 
I have already given you my questions I will be asking (with a few more garnered since that time), and I urge you to write your own. There is a new procedure in place to help with questions: email them in advance to to save yourself the trouble of having to write them down while at the event. 
Come down and say hi to me before the event (I have to leave at 10am so won’t be able to enjoy the Q&A) and come down early to reserve your seat. Last town hall event had over 430 people in attendance and if it’s that big again I’m sure there will be fighting for seats. Just kidding. :D

Event Details

2nd Kootenai County Legislative Town Hall
Saturday, March 13, 2021
Shepherd of the Hills Church
13541 Hwy 53, Rathdrum ID

Just wanted to point out that March 13th also marks the year anniversary of the final day children in the Kootenai County area had a NORMAL school day.

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