Virginia and our nation are facing one of the greatest challenges of our lifetime. The lives and livelihoods of millions of Americans are now at stake from an invisible enemy: the coronavirus and COVID-19. But it’s a false choice to say we can only save lives or save livelihoods.
That’s why the Thomas Jefferson Institute for Public Policy is hosting a Tele-Town Hall Meeting at 3:00 pm on May 6, with former Virginia Governor George Allen, a member of the National Coronavirus Recovery Commission.
You can register to participate in this Tele-Town Hall Meeting by clicking here.
Governor Allen will be joined by another member of the Commission, Northern Virginia entrepreneur Noe Landini, owner and operator of several restaurants in Northern Virginia and DC, including Landini Brothers, the Fish Market and Pop’s Ice Cream in Alexandria.
The National Coronavirus Recovery Commission, a project of The Heritage Foundation, has brought together some of the nation’s top experts and thinkers to offer their specialized experience and expertise to chart the path ahead, and the mission of addressing when and how to begin getting Americans’ lives “back to normal” again.
The Coronavirus Commission will issue a new set of recommendations on May 5. Governor Allen and Mr. Landini will discuss those recommendations from their unique perspective as government and business leader, and answer your questions about how best to re-open our communities and get the economy safely moving again.
Our Tele-Town Hall meeting will call participants at the phone number they choose at 3:00 pm on May 6.
You will be able to hear their remarks and ask questions from the comfort of your home. And you will not be subject to any other phone calls or “robo-calls” from us. But Registration is Required!
To register for the Thomas Jefferson Institute’s first Tele-Town Hall Meeting, click here!