CHICAGO – With the 101st General Assembly scheduled to begin in January, state Rep. Justin Slaughter, D-Chicago, is asking for local residents to submit ideas for new laws and to voice their opinion on what issues should be legislative priorities for the district.
“I hope to hear from local residents on what issues and legislative ideas will directly impact our families and neighborhoods,” Slaughter said. “I have a responsibility to listen to the requests of the people I serve and to make sure that I advocate for what matters most to our community. Residents will always have a voice on the legislation I introduce and support.”
Slaughter is encouraging local residents to contact his district office and list the issues that matter most to them. The office will be fielding calls and responding to email requests for all residents interested in proposing new ideas for Slaughter to support. All suggestions can submitted by email at email@example.com or by calling his district office at 773-445-9700.
“Constituent service is the driving force behind my desire to serve and we must listen to the needs of local residents,” Slaughter said. “I will continue to fight for the causes of the people in my community, and I hope to have their input as a new General Assembly approaches.”