Christine gave a speech on the short and long-term budget outlook to the Northshore Kiwanis Club in Mandeville, LA.
Gave a 30 minute chart talk.
Handed out CC and PGPF pamphlets.
Conference call to discuss upcoming FAC meeting (we canceled it) and to determine process for drafting report.
Policy Director Joshua Gordon delivers Chart Talk to a group of Department of HHS employees enrolled in the Government Affairs Institute at Georgetown University.
The Concord Coalition and George Mason University co-sponsored an Interactive Discussion on Health Care Reform on Monday, July 27th. The event featured some of the nation's leading experts on health care discussing ways to address reforming our current system. The panel focused on...
This discussion will focus on Health Care Reform
Phil Smith delivered a chart talk to the fellows of the 2009 PolitiCorps class, a prestigious political fellowship.
Gave Concord Chart Talk for 45 HHS employees enrolled in Georgetown's seminars for government workers.
A dialogue was held on Cocnord issues with a cross section of people from the San Jose area.
Gave Concord Chart Talk for 30 Secret Service Agents enrolled in Georgetown's seminars for government workers.
FAC members interacted with Atlanta citizens to discuss possible solutions to the long term fiscal challenges facing the country
On June 15th and 16th, The Concord Coalition is hosting a conference in conjunction with the Youth Entitlements Summit to highlight the grassroots efforts and policy perspectives of youth organizations in addressing America's long-term fiscal challenge. The Conference will feature in-depth...
This weekend, government's policymakers will go face-to-face with college students — not in a debate or a closed-door session, but by getting "fiscal" on the Budgetball battlefield. The fun begins on the National Mall as Washington, DC hosts the first-ever exhibition tournament of Budgetball....
Diane Lim Rogers will speak at an "Intergenerational Dialogue" with Andrew Yarrow (Public Agenda) and Stuart Butler (Heritage). The event will be held at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront.
The Concord Coalition will be parterning with Wisconsin Way in an effort to both educate the public and to see what kinds of tough budget choices Wisconsinites would support.