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Valuable Dialogues at Legislative Education Forums
Local 1776's Legislative Education Forums proved to be a success for both members and legislators. At both the Pittston and Walton Road Campuses, members had the opportunity to have round table discussions with legislators in their area and discuss important issues that impact working families all across Pennsylvania. The relaxed setttings allowed for open dialogues that will help improve state legislative policy.
Above: Summeri nterns meet with State Rep. Phyllis Mundy (D-Luzerne County.) From left, interns Stephanie, MaryGrace, Rep. Mundy, and intern Patty.
Left, interns MaryGrace, Stephanie and Patty with State Reps. Ken Smith (Lackawanna County) and Eddie Day Pashinski (Luzerne County.)
Right, Local 1776 President Wendell W. Young, IV and a Rite Aid steward who participated in the forum.
Left, State Rep. Tim Briggs (D-Montgomery County) sits down with his table to begin discussions.
Right, President Young speaks with 1776 summer interns after they completed their roles as table leaders.