Local 4-H Members Take Part In Mock Legislative Session

July 8, 2018

Escambia County 4-H members recently took part in a mock legislative session at the Florida State Capitol.

The civic education event allowed students to write bills, act as lobbyists, pass the bills through various committees and debate the potential laws on the Capitol House and/or Senate Floor as acting representatives and senators. The event provided the 4-H’ers an opportunity to debate issues and experience the legislative process first-hand.

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One Response to “Local 4-H Members Take Part In Mock Legislative Session”

  1. Jim Roberts on July 8th, 2018 10:05 am

    Had the pleasure to work with these young adults in June preparing them for the Legislative session in Tallahassee. It’s great northescambia.com cares about our community and these students, providing follow-up information on their progress-
    congrats and thanks!

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