Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Students Attend for Free: Health Care Policy Luncheon in SeaTac TUES 11/3

From: Katie Bulger <kbulger@washingtonpolicy.org>
Subject: Students attend for free: WPC's Health Care Policy Luncheon in SeaTac

This is a friendly reminder that WPC’s upcoming Health Care Policy Luncheon will be held at the SeaTac Hilton hotel THIS Tuesday, November 3rd
The event will kick off at 11am with a bi-partisan review of the 2015 Legislative Session and preview of the health care policy issues that will be faced in the 2016 Session.  Our panelists include:
·           Senator Randi Becker, Senate Health Care Committee Chair
·           Representative Eileen Cody, House Health Care Committee Chair
·           Dr. Robert Crittenden, Senior Health Policy Advisor, Office of Governor Inslee
Following the 11am panel will be a keynote luncheon with Michael Tanner, author of the new book, Going for Broke: Deficits, Debt and the Entitlement Crisis.  Tanner leads research on a variety of domestic policies with a particular emphasis on health care reform at The Cato Institute, one of the nation's largest think tanks.
Students are invited to attend this event for free by registering hereThis is a great opportunitycollege students to learn about health care public policy issues from Olympia’s top policymakers, as well as a respected national figure, and to network with the approximately 200 state legislators, elected officials, agency staff, business owners, health care professionals, and other students/young professionals that will be in attendance.

Washington Policy Center (WPC) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, independent think tank in our state that works to improve the lives of citizens by providing accurate, high quality solutions for policymakers, the media and the public.  Our Young Professionals group engages and educates the next generation of leaders about sound policy through relationship building, events and outreach.
Thank you for your time. If you have any questions or would like any additional information, please contact me at kbulger@washingtonpolicy.orgor (206) 937-9691.  I am happy to discuss how your students’ attendance at this event will benefit them educationally and professionally.