AUSTIN – The Texas Public Policy Foundation is pleased to announce a 13th Annual Policy Orientation Exclusive Discussion on “The Future of Texas” featuring Lt. Governor-Elect Dan Patrick, Attorney General-Elect Ken Paxton, Comptroller-Elect Glenn Hegar, and Agriculture Commissioner-Elect Sid Miller, moderated by Grover Norquist, President of Americans for Tax Reform. The discussion will take place on Thursday, January 8th, 2015 at 7:30 pm CST in the Ballroom at the Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol.
“I am excited to welcome these four members of the new guard of Texas leadership to Policy Orientation 2015,” said Brooke Rollins, President & CEO of the Texas Public Policy Foundation. “Texas’ independent spirit and embrace of freedom have guided the Lone Star State to unrivaled economic growth and prosperity. But, resting on our laurels is not the Texas way. We are privileged to hear from these newly elected leaders on how they will build on the successes we have known and usher us into a new era of enhanced freedom and prosperity.”
This Policy Orientation 2015 plenary discussion is open to the public and free of charge. Register at: http://txpo.li/the-future-of-texas
For thirteen years, the Foundation’s Policy Orientation has been one of the nation’s top policy conferences, selling out each year while bringing together lawmakers, policy experts, and engaged citizens from across the political spectrum to discuss critical issues facing the Lone Star State and America. Last year’s Policy Orientation attracted approximately 700 attendees including nearly 100 state legislators and hundreds of legislative staff from both sides of the aisle.
This year’s program includes 35 panel discussions and debates on the major issues affecting Texas’ future. Members of the public and media who wish to attend may register and view the agenda at: www.PolicyOrientation.com
Brooke L. Rollins is President and CEO of the Texas Public Policy Foundation.
The Texas Public Policy Foundation is a non-profit, free-market research institute based in Austin, Texas.