Join WPC research staff and other young professionals for an after party during The Roanoke Conference January 25th in Ocean Shores. The event will include an open bar and light appetizers hosted by Washington Policy Center.
Contact sjansen [at] washingtonpolicy [dot] org (Sydney Jansen) for more information and to register.
Washington Policy Center celebrates is longstanding relationship with the Jennifer Dunn family with the launch of a new book from the Washington State Heritage Center, A Woman First: The Impact of Jennifer Dunn.
WPC awarded Congresswoman Dunn with its annual Champion of Freedom Award in 2005, and honors her legacy still with its annual Jennifer Dunn-Thomson Scholarship.
Washington Policy Center is pleased to co-present CityClub's 2013 Legislative Preview luncheon on Friday, January 11. Doors open at 11:30 a.m.
The discussion, moderated by Olympia reporter Austin Jenkins, will feature legislative leadership from both parties, including Senators Ed Murray, Mark Schoesler and Rodney Tom, and Representatives Frank Chopp and J.T. Wilcox. This is your opportunity to speak directly to top leadership from the state House and Senate about the upcoming session, and to let them know about your priorities for our state.
Join Washington Policy Center to help identify and prioritize the issues that will determine the future of Washington's small business climate!
Changing What We Tax: Prospects for a Free-enterprise Solution to Energy Security and Climate Change
Washington Policy Center and the Energy and Enterprise Initiative present a panel discussion on energy and climate policy, November 14th at Seattle Pacific University.
This is WPC's last Young Professionals event of the year. Don't miss out!
Just one week after Election Day, join WPC and other Young Professionals to hear how the outcome of the 2012 elections will affect you, your job, and our state and nation. The event will include discussions from D.J. Wilson, founder of Wilson Strategic Communications public affairs group; radio host John Carlson; and Reps. Joe Fitzgibbon (D-34) and Hans Zeiger (R-25).
The Congressional Budget Office reports that the health care cost crisis now threatens the U.S. economy. Whether through market forces or government intervention, wrenching changes are ahead for health care. These changes will be promising for some local companies and painful to many; none will go untouched. An understanding of the issues is important for every business leader.
The Executive MBA Program at UW's Foster School of Business has partnered with Premera Blue Cross to offer a day of insights. WPC's Center for Health Care is pleased to co-present this discussion.
Washington Policy Center is pleased to co-present the Washington State Microenterprise Association's Entrepreneurship Symposium October 25-26 in Tacoma.
You won't want to miss out on an exciting opportunity to convene with community-minded service providers, entrepreneurs and thought leaders to share, learn and discuss the role of micro and small business in economic recovery and our combined capacity to serve entrepreneurs across Washington.
Washington Policy Center is pleased to co-present the Assiciation of Washington Business 2012 Health Care Forum.
Topics will include current status of federal health reform and an in‐depth look at the direction of the Washington State Health Exchange. Speakers include: Jeff Gingold, Gingold Law Firm, LLC.; Hadley Heath, Senior Policy Analyst, Independent Women’s Forum; Neil Trautwein, Vice President and Employee Benefits Policy Counsel, National Retail Federation; Gary Chandler, VP Government Affairs; with additional speakers to be announced.
Washington Policy Center's 2012 Annual Dinner events in Eastern Washington, with Daniel Hannan and Ed Rollins.
A Warning to America: A member of the European Parliament describes the perils of greater regulation, higher taxes and centralized power