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Educator Tools: Holding a Town Hall Meeting

Throughout our nation's history, communities have attempted to resolve local disputes by gathering interested parties together in front of a town council or other decision-making body. All parties' voices are heard, and the decision makers are informed of the array of opinions on the given issue.

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