As redistricting panned out for 2022 and the next ten years, Liz Krueger will represent Roosevelt Island along with much of Manhattan, starting in January. Her office reached out to us for an introduction. In June 29th Zoom Town Hall, she will lay out legislative work in 2022 and set priorities for 2023. At the end, she will answers questions sent in by attendees.
Senator Liz Krueger’s Virtual Town Hall
“Albany Recap: Accomplishments of the 2022 NYS Legislative Session and 2023 Priorities”
Wednesday, June 29th from 7pm – 8 pm
Join Senator Liz Krueger to hear her post-session report about the 2022 New York State Legislative session, and her legislative priorities for 2023. She will share her perspective about the impact of important legislation that was passed related to the environment, reproductive rights and health care, voting rights, public safety and gun violence, and other key issues. After the presentation, Senator Krueger will answer questions submitted by the audience.
You will have the option of joining the event online through Zoom, a webinar hosting service.
You will also have the option to view the event online through Facebook. Please note that you do not need a Facebook account or profile to view the event through Facebook.
If you do not have access to a computer, tablet, or other electronic device, you can listen in by telephone.
**Once you register for the event, you will receive a confirmation email with the Zoom and Facebook links, and the call-in information.**
The event will feature a question and answer session with Senator Krueger. If you have questions about the legislation that was passed during the 2022 session, or about her future legislative priorities, you should attend the Virtual Town Hall on June 29th. Attendees will be able to submit questions through Zoom and Facebook during the event but are strongly encouraged to submit them in advance.
Please let us know if you plan to attend the Wednesday, June 29th Virtual Town Hall by registering at https://tinyurl.com/albanyrecap2022.
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