Are you interested in exploring how you can advance the cause of conservative reform in government in the coming years? Considering a job change, or just curious about what policymakers should be doing in the new Washington? Please join us for a conversation with three experienced policy experts who will offer their views about how to best advance a reform agenda from the following perches:
House of Representatives: As a former House leadership staffer and director of the Republican Study Committee, Neil Bradley has served in the highest levels of Congressional policymaking. Neil understands that Congress can be extremely effective in setting a conservative agenda by making full use of its oversight and legislative functions, and acting as a check on the other branches of government.
Senate: Lawyer and longtime Senate policy aide Steven Duffield will address the unique role the Senate will play in the coming years. A veteran of many confirmation fights, Steven understands what it takes to get the best conservative judges and cabinet officials in place. Having organized the only successful veto override of the Obama administration, Duffield also has insight about enacting and blocking legislation.
Executive Branch: Policy guru Yuval Levin will lend his expertise in identifying opportunities to advance a reform agenda from inside the new administration. As a former White House domestic policy advisor, Yuval is a knowledgeable guide to how the White House works-and what it’s like to work there.
We will allow plenty of time for Q&A, and we encourage you to come prepared with questions.
Tuesday, January 24, 2017, from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM EST
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