PRI’s Fourth Annual California Ideas in Action Policy Conference

February 17, 2022
1209 L Street, Sacramento, CA, USA
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2022 California Ideas In Action Conference In Sacramento

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You are invited to attend PRI’s
“California Ideas in Action” Sacramento Conference

 

Doors Open: 11:30 AM
Luncheon and Keynote Speaker: Noon
Panel Discussions: 1–4 PM

 

Thursday, February 17, 2022
Hyatt Regency Sacramento
Capitol View Room (15th Floor)
1209 L Street, Sacramento, CA 95814

 

As PRI’s new book Saving California suggests, market-based reforms can help solve California’s biggest policy problems and even advance the goals of the state’s most progressive legislators. Come hear policy experts and real life changemakers discuss reforms that could push the state onto a better track and put the gold back in the Golden State.

Please contact us with any special dietary restrictions or if you prefer a vegetarian luncheon option.

 

 

 

 

 


Registration for this event has closed, but spots may open up due to last minute cancellations. For registration inquiries, please e-mail Laura Dannerbeck at [email protected]


CONFIRMED SPEAKERS INCLUDE:
• Sacramento County District Attorney
Anne Marie Schubert
(keynote speaker)
• Assemblyman James Gallagher
• Assemblyman Vince Fong
• Steven Greenhut, R Street Institute and editor of PRI book Saving California
• Loren Kaye, President, California Foundation for Commerce and Education
• Sally C. Pipes, PRI President, CEO, and Thomas W. Smith Fellow in Health Care Policy
• The Hon. Daniel Kolkey, PRI Board Member and California Reform Committee Chair
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