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Letter: Politicians should attend, not duck, town halls

Letter: Politicians should attend, not duck, town halls

Town halls, mainstays of constituent /representative dialog, have been being abandoned by many who claim the outpouring of citizen concern is “disruptive” or “unproductive.” Boisterous as some may become, the skilled and open politician will allow for intensity of expression, acknowledge concerns, engage the crowd thus create dialog, not just promote dogma.