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September 2015

Jefferson Journal: Virginia Open for Business With Iran?
Jefferson Journal: Virginia Open for Business With Iran? — By Michael W. Thompson  The Iran nuclear deal will soon become a reality even though a bi-partisan majority in Congress opposes it, as does a vast majority of the American people.  But because the deal is an "agreement," not a treaty, states are free to divest themselves of holdings with companies doing business with Iran, just as they did with South Africa more than 20 years ago.  Today, 25 states have done so. Virginia is not one of these.  It can be. (9/18/2015) Read It Here!

June 2015

Business Leaders Roundtable on Virginia's Economic Future
Business Leaders Roundtable on Virginia's Economic Future — The Thomas Jefferson Institute's Business Leaders Roundtable on Virginia's Economic Future, held June 22 at George Mason University, gathered together some of the top analysts to review the outlook for Virginia's economy, an analysis of the state's key industries, the obstacles standing in the way of growth, and the policy changes that should be considered.  The event included cosponsorship from more than 20 state business associations -- the largest collection of business associations ever gathered for a conference of this kind.  Moderated by former Congressman Tom Davis, the roundtable attracted more than 150 participants.

View the video or the powerpoint presentations by clicking the appropriate item at each presenter's name below --

Dr. Martin Regalia, Chief Economist, U.S. Chamber of Commerce powerpoint and video

Terry Clower, Director of George Mason University's Center for Regional Analysis powerpoint and video

Brett Vassey, President, Virginia Manufacturers Association powerpoint and video

Nicole Riley, State Director, National Federation of Independent Business powerpoint and video

Nancy Thomas, President, Virginia Retail Federation powerpoint and video

Josh Levi, Vice President for Policy, Northern Virginia Technology Council powerpoint and video

Stephan Cassaday, President and CEO, Cassaday & Company powerpoint and video

December 2014

New Technologies for Coping With Climate Change
New Technologies for Coping With Climate Change — A new study shows how technology can help America's energy industry meet new environmental reuirements, save millions of dollars and help clean our environment.  Authored by businessman and environmentalist Robert Hartwell, it details several new technologies, many of which are already working on a smaller scale.  Read It Here!

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