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October 2017

Third Annual Economic Conference:  What Will Tax Reform Mean For You and Economic Growth?

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Third Annual Economic Conference: What Will Tax Reform Mean For You and Economic Growth? —

Join us for our Third Annual Conference on Virginia's Economic Future:  As President Trump and Congress battle out the road to tax reform, what does it mean for you, for your business, for the state and for the nation?  Which policy initiatives work, and which do not?  Which create the strongest economic growth?  And which might be politically necessary ... or Dead On Arrival?   Make plans to attend on November 10, from 9:15 am until noon, at George Mason University's Fairfax campus!

 

 

 

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September 2017

Jefferson Journal:  Virginia Gains if Obamacare Replaced

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Jefferson Journal: Virginia Gains if Obamacare Replaced — By Michael Thompson  The Obamacare health replacement debate has re-entered the public arena with the dramatic new effort by center-right Senators Lindsay Graham and Bill Cassidy.  the idea is to send block grants to the states to spend on state designed and managed health care systems.  For Virginia, it means $3 billion in new healthcare funds.  (9/22/2017)   Read It Here!

September 2017

Jefferson Journal:  Next Steps for DACA

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Jefferson Journal: Next Steps for DACA — By Chris Braunlich  President Obama's Executive Order on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) was clearly unconstitutional and deserved to be upended.  But there is also a clear case for Congress to take action on behalf of those who came here as children and are now contributing to society and the American economy. (9/14/2017)  Read It Here!

August 2017

Leadership Roundtable:  What Should the Door in That Wall Look Like?

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Leadership Roundtable: What Should the Door in That Wall Look Like? — On August 1, the Thomas Jefferson Institute held a two-hour Leadership Roundtable on Immigration Reform, led by accomplished leaders who have given careful thought to the immigration issue and favor focusing on encouraging the immigration of workers who would contribute to economic growth in America.  Panelists included Rob Jesmer, who overseas immigration reform strategy and policy for FWD.US; Greg Walcher, an executive with the Red Card Solution, that favors border control and a non-immigrant work program; and Al Zapanta, an American businessman currently serving as President and CEO of the US-Mexico Chamber of Commerce.  You can listen to the panel discussion by clicking here!

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