Date(s) - 10/17/2013
Hudson Grille Midtown
While the center right has been generally aligned on a goal of mitigating what they see as harmful impacts of increased federal involvement in health care, there has been less agreement on the best strategy to achieve this.
Some members of Congress support defunding certain programs as a means of hobbling implementation, while others see delay provisions as a better strategy. Meanwhile, in the states, think tanks and legislators are taking matters into their own hands and considering different policy approaches altogether, many with an eye towards limiting the role of the federal government.
What are the pros and cons of each of these strategies? Is this better resolved at the state or national level?
Join America’s Future Foundation for a lively discussion with our stellar line-up of panelists.
Sean Riley: Director of the Health and Human Services Task Force, ALEC
Ron Henry: President, Men’s Health Network
Hadley Heath: Senior Policy Analyst, Independent Women’s Forum
Josh Trent: Health Policy Advisor, Senate Staff
Moderated by Christian Rice
Additional speakers to be announced soon!
Free for members; $5.00 for Non Members RSVP here or below.
Please note that this is an educational, nonpartisan event and will not include endorsements for or against candidates or legislation. America’s Future Foundation is a 501(c)(3) educational organization.