With the Tennessee General Assembly wrapping up its session last month, Dickson County’s legislative delegation will be the featured speakers at Monday’s Dickson County Chamber of Commerce Luncheon. Republican Sen. Jim Summerville of the 25th District, Republican Rep. Mary Littleton of the 78th District and Democratic Rep. David Shepard of the 69th District will discuss the accomplishments and failures of the latest session of the legislature at the luncheon at GreyStone Golf Club. The noon luncheon is $12 for chamber members. Gov. Haslam’s budget, guns in trunks, the reorganization of the Department of Children’s Services, a reduction in the sales tax on food. Workers comp reform and a plan to phase out the inheritance tax are a few items that passed through the session while legislators could not reach agreement on bills concerning school vouchers, charter schools and the redrawing of Tennessee’s judicial districts. All three legislative seats will be on the ballot in 2014. Summerville and Littleton, who are in their first terms, have both said publicly they plan to seek re-election. Now in his seventh two-year term, Shepard has not committed to another campaign. The General Assembly returns to Nashville Jan. 14. For more information or reservations for Monday’s legislative lunch, contact the chamber of commerce at 446-2349.