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January 2015

Annual Jefferson Reception Honors Howell and Norment

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Annual Jefferson Reception Honors Howell and Norment — You're invited to a Special Reception Honoring Virginia Speaker of the House Bill Howell and Senate Majority Leader Tommy Norment on Thursday, February 12, 2015.  The reception takes place from 5:30 to 7:00 pm, at the Bull & Bear Club, in Richmond Virginia.  "Speaker Howell and Majority Leader Norment understand the government policies impact economic growth and that the proper role of government is one that is limited, has low taxes and fewer regulations," Jefferson Institute Mike Thompson said.  "Only then can our free market produce the jobs and economic growth that helps all of our citizens."  Tickets for the event are $150, and sponsorships are available.  To register, or for more information, click here.

January 2015

January 22 Federal Policy Dinner:  How To Restart REAL Health Care Reform

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January 22 Federal Policy Dinner: How To Restart REAL Health Care Reform — For decades America's health care debate has pitted Left against Right, federal against state, public against private.  All sides, however, have shared a similar, inhibiting mindset -- an excessive aversion to risk and deference to medical insiders -- instead of stressing the ideal goal of better health care for more people at lower cost on a continuous basis.  Dr. Robert Graboyes is author of a new study showing how this "Fortress-like" mentality has limited innovation in health care, constraining medical advances and raising costs.  This is a dinner and discussion you won't want to miss!  For more information and to register, click here!

December 2014

Business Leaders Roundtable on Virginia's Economic Future

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Business Leaders Roundtable on Virginia's Economic Future —

Virginia's Economic Future impacts each and every one of us. Please attend a special Business Leaders Roundtable on Monday morning, January 12, 2015 to discuss where we are and what the future look likes.  Join the leading private economist in Virginia, Dr. Christine Chmura, and five top Virginia business leaders in a two hour program that you will not want to miss.  The Jefferson Institute's Virginia Economic Forecast will be released on Monday, January 5th and will be the focus of this important roundtable discussion.  Register here.

 

August 2014

Energy/Environment Leadership Roundtable Discussion

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Energy/Environment Leadership Roundtable Discussion —

Attend the next in our series of "Energy/Environmental Stewardship Roundtable Discussions," addressing key issues affecting America's energy independence and environmental stewardship!  This Roundtable discussion will be held in Denver, Colorado on September 22-23, just prior to the State Policy Network's Annual Meeting.

To Register or for more information, Click Here!

 

 

June 2014

Living With Climate Change:  Another in a Series of Leadership Round Tables
Living With Climate Change: Another in a Series of Leadership Round Tables —

With new regulations limiting the production of coal and the energy needs  increasing; rich supplies of natural gas and oil available and nuclear power under-utilized; renewable and greener energy possibilities and new technologies able to improve the environmental impact of today’s energy sources – what makes sense from a public policy viewpoint?

Another in a series of series of Leadership Roundtables, the program will be held on June 23, from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon, in House Room 3 of the Virginia State Capitol.

Join these outstanding speakers:

  • The Honorable Doug Domenech, former Virginia Secretary of Natural Resources
  • Dr. David Schnare, former EPA official and Director of the Center for Environmental Stewardship at the Thomas Jefferson Institute
  • Michael Whatley, Vice President of the Consumer Energy Alliance
  • Robert Hartwell, Environmentalist and businessman

To register, or for more information, click here!

 

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