KENT, Ohio—State Representative Kathleen Clyde will host a town hall discussion at Kent State University’s Student Center on Monday, April 22, 2013 at 6:00 p.m. Rep. Clyde will give an update about Ohio’s budget, focusing on the budget for higher education. The higher education budget addresses funding and policy decisions relating to Ohio’s 14 public universities, as well as efforts to make education affordable for all Ohio college students and families. 


This town hall meeting is one discussion in a series of Ohio Budget Town Halls Rep. Clyde is hosting this spring to address important topics relating to Ohio’s budget process. Representative Clyde hosts town hall meetings at different locations across Portage County for residents to learn about and discuss state legislative issues. All are welcome to attend.


WHAT:         “Higher Education, College Affordability & Ohio’s Budget” Town Hall Meeting


WHEN:          Monday, April 22, 2013 at 6:00 p.m.


WHERE:         Kent Student Center, Room 316


                        Kent State University


                        1075 Risman Drive


                        Kent, Ohio 44242     


 


WHO:             Kathleen Clyde, State Representative


                        Evan Gildenblatt, former  KSU Student Body President


                        Amish Patel, current KSU Student Body President


 


This event is open to the public.

 
 
 
  
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