Price to speak to constituents by phone
Jul 21, 2015 at 2:41 PM
Local residents with questions or concerns about the state’s budget, roads or other recent legislative topics are encouraged to call in and participate in a telephone town hall, hosted by Price.
"This is a great way to discuss important issues in the comfort of your own home," she said.
Price will be available starting at 6 p.m., with special guest Rep. Rob VerHeulen, chairman of the House Appropriations Transportation Subcommittee, joining her during the conversation to give his insight into the ongoing discussions of how to best fund Michigan’s road repairs.
Residents who would like to participate in the tele-town hall can do so toll-free by calling 855-756-7520 and entering 25296#.
“The state budget that was recently passed affects every single resident of Michigan, so it’s important to address any questions people may have about it,” Price said. “We have been working on several other tough topics in Lansing over the past several weeks as well, such as the critical question of how to best fund our roads, and this tele-town hall is a great way to connect with local residents and hear their feedback, right from the comfort of their own homes.”
If unable to participate on the call, residents can contact Price in Lansing at any time by calling toll-free 888-238-1008, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or through her website at www.RepAmandaPrice.com.