TROY, N.Y. — Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand will take questions on health care, the economy and other issues at a town hall.

Gillibrand is holding the meeting Wednesday evening in Troy. The Democrat represented parts of New York’s Capital Region as a House member before becoming a senator in 2009.

Gillibrand is holding a series of town halls around the state.

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