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Gleason, Ananich to Host Education Funding Town Hall

courtesy Senator John Gleason

State Senator John Gleason and State Representative Jim Ananich will be hosting a town hall meeting tonight in Flint to discuss educational funding.

A press release from the Senator office says “the matter of school funding remains one of the most important issues facing the Michigan legislature in the coming months. This event will provide an opportunity for citizens and local leaders to share their views and hear from each other. Parents, students and teachers are encouraged to attend.”

The town hall meeting, Funding Kids’ Education – How to Invest in them and Jobs, ┬átakes place tonight from 7 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. at Carman Ainsworth Middle School in the cafeteria.

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