Congressman Diane Black – Conducts Town Hall Meetings

Congressman Diane Black – Conducts Town Hall Meetings

They Say A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words

Dear Friend,

They say a picture is worth a thousand words so I had to share this photo with you from our town hall meeting yesterday in Fairfield Glade:

I’m so grateful to the more than 180 if you who took time out of your day to join us at this event and ask your questions. Thanks also to the many old friends and new faces who joined us at my town hall meetings inCarthage and Tullahoma.

From discussing my fight to halt the intake of Syrian refugees until we strengthen our vetting processes, to updating you on my work to defund Planned Parenthood, to explaining my vote against last December’s massive, $1.1 trillion omnibus bill, I appreciated the opportunity to tell you exactly where I stand and hear your feedback.

I know that Tennesseans are paying attention to the decisions made in Washington and you want to know that your elected representatives are paying attention to you in return. You should be able to expect at least that much.

That is why, if you didn’t get a chance to join us at one of these events (or even if you did), I’ll also be hosting a “teletown hall” on Monday April 18th at 7:00 PM CT. This will allow you to speak with me from the convenience of your home or cell phone and let me know what’s on your mind. Be sure to check next week’s newsletter for more information on how to participate.

Until next time,

Diane Black
Member of Congress


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