From CoverThis.news, 12/17/19
Town halls seem like something quintessentially American. It’s a place where citizens get together to hear each other and make decisions. It’s also a way for politicians to engage with their constituencies. The digital transformation that has unfolded over the last decade (and likely before than that), has made town halls less important: tv, email, social media and online video have allowed information to flow. But does that mean town halls are dead? Not needed? In the age of social media is it important — still — to come together to meet, to talk, to listen? This coverthis.news story aims to look at the issue objectively, simply by counting town halls across Pennsylvania House of Representatives….
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