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MHS students write to legislators
Pictured are James Cassidys fourth-hour students at Monroe High School who completed letters to send to their lawmakers. In the front row, from left, are Megan Meir, Emily Benzschawel and Hayden Zahradka. In the back row are Kayla Ferguson, Alexa Thomann, Victor Vasquez, Kaleb Legler and Cassidy. (Photo supplied)
MONROE - Monroe High School instructor James Cassidy's 11th-grade Choices in American Democracy students recently completed a project where they were to write a letter to one of their state or U.S. lawmakers. The students just finished a unit of study regarding the legislative branch of the federal government and the Wisconsin state government. One of the several aspects the students learned about was the idea that lawmakers are to represent their constituents and that constituents have the ability to contact their lawmakers to express their views and ideas.

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