Early Bird Registration Open for Oct. 13 Ga. Legislative Policy Forum
Daylong Event Focuses on Health Care, Education
Atlanta – The 2017 Georgia Legislative Policy Forum takes place Friday, October 13 at the Renaissance Atlanta Waverly Hotel, 2450 Galleria Parkway, Atlanta GA 30339. The theme for the Forum, “Wisdom, Justice, Transformation,” is taken from Georgia’s motto, “Wisdom, Justice, Moderation.”
Early Bird Registration is open until September 25 for the daylong event (8:00 AM to 3:00 PM), which focuses on health care and education innovation. Hosted by the Georgia Public Policy Foundation, this event is a must for Georgia policymakers and legislators, candidates and citizens interested in practical, commonsense lessons for success in education and health care reform.
The luncheon keynote speaker is Dr. Tim Huelskamp, former Congressman and new president of The Heartland Institute.
With a focus on the challenging priorities of academic achievement and health care reform, the 2017 Georgia Legislative Policy Forum brings state and national experts from the private sector and public policy arena to Atlanta to highlight innovation and transformation that Georgia’s leaders can embrace.
• Success Across the State: Examples of Health Care Transformation in Georgia
• Laboratories of Democracy: Health Care Transformation through Federal Waivers
• Education Transformation: Unleashing the Teacherpreneurs and Edupreneurs
This event is open to the public; registration includes breakfast and lunch. Find out more here; register here by September 25 to save $25 off the registration rate of $125 or send your check by September 25 for $100 to Georgia Public Policy Foundation (Forum), 3200 Cobb Galleria Parkway, Suite 214, Atlanta, GA 30339.
For media attendance or event sponsorship opportunities, contact Benita Dodd at email@example.com.
About the Georgia Public Policy Foundation: The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, nonpartisan research institute. Our mission is to improve the lives of Georgians through public policies that enhance economic opportunity and freedom. We believe good public policy is based upon fact, an understanding of sound economic principles and the core principles of our free enterprise system – economic freedom, limited government, personal responsibility, individual initiative, respect for private property and the rule of law.
When I served four terms in the state Senate, one of the few places where you could go to always and get concrete information about real solutions was the Georgia Public Policy Foundation. That hasn’t changed. [The Foundation] is really right up there at the top of the state think tanks, so you should be very proud of the work that they are doing!