GUILFORD COUNTY -- Lawmakers opened the door to constituents Thursday night, holding a town hall in Greensboro City Council Chamber.

The Guilford County Legislative Delegation heard a variety of concerns, anger and praise from constituents in a more than 2 hour meeting.

Some of the topics discussed include immigration, healthcare, veterans, transparency and education.

This comes ahead of an important deadline for lawmakers next week.  They have until April 27th to not only file bills, but get them passed in the chamber in which they originated in order for them to have a chance at becoming a law.  The idea Thursday was to get a sense of the most important issues for Guilford County residents.

Senator Gladys Robinson and Representatives John Blust, Amos Quick and Cecil Brockman were all at the meeting.  The other 5 Guilford County legislators were not represented.