Kansas Representatives Invited To Congressional Town Hall In Wichita

May 29, 2017

Kansas' congressional representatives have been invited to a community town hall in Wichita on Tuesday evening.

Organizers with Women's March Air Capital have invited Sens. Pat Roberts and Jerry Moran and Rep. Ron Estes to attend and take questions from constituents. The lawmakers are on break from D.C. on a "State Work Period."

Also invited are any local, state and federal candidates for office. The town hall is moderated by Cindy Claycomb, who is running for Wichita City Council.

Topics for discussion are health care; climate change and renewable energy; issues affecting children, such as food stamps, school meals and charter schools; and whatever other news is in the air.

The town hall is from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, May 30, at the Hyde Park Community Facility.

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