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2018 Georgia Legislative Policy Forum on Sept. 7 Focuses on Georgia's Imminent Policy Challenges

The event feature experts from the private sector and policy and political arenas.

Teacher Pensions, Connecting Students to What's Next, Criminal Justice Reform, Health Care in Georgia: One Day, Four Issues, 16 Experts!

The 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.”
— Georgia Public Policy Foundation
ATLANTA, GEORGIA , USA, September 4, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- The 2018 Georgia Legislative Policy Forum is just THREE days away. One day, four issues and 16 experts on Friday, September 7, at the Renaissance Atlanta Waverly.

The theme for the Forum, is “Wisdom, Justice, Responsibility,” a play on Georgia’s motto: “Wisdom, Justice, Moderation.” Hosted by the Georgia Public Policy Foundation, the 2018 Georgia Legislative Policy Forum brings state and national experts from the private sector and policy and political arenas to Atlanta to highlight innovation and transformation that Georgia's leaders can embrace.

Register today! This event is a must for Georgia policymakers and legislators, candidates, citizens and media interested in practical, commonsense lessons for success. The daylong event covers criminal justice reform, education innovation, health care reform (including certificate of need), and pension reform.

The luncheon keynote speaker is Chuck Reed, two-time mayor of San Jose, Calif., who led comprehensive pension reforms in America's 10th-largest city; the morning keynote speaker is Judge Steven C. Teske, Chief Judge of the Juvenile Court in the Clayton Judicial Circuit and a member of the Georgia Council on Criminal Justice Reform.

Panelists discussing health care reform include former HHS Secretary Tom Price; Grady Health System CEO John Haupert; Georgia House Appropriations chairman Terry England; the Goldwater Institute's Naomi Lopez Bauman, and Jimmy Lewis, CEO of HomeTown Health.

Sessions:

A Responsible Path Forward for Health Care
Pension Reform in Georgia
Education – Business Takes the Lead

Registration is $100 per person. This event is open to the public and includes breakfast (7:30 AM) and lunch.

Find the agenda and speakers here or go directly to tickets at Eventbrite.

Media interested in attending must contact Benita Dodd at 404-256-4050 or email benitadodd@georgiapolicy.org.

Benita Dodd
Georgia Public Policy Foundation
4042564050
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