2015 Federal Legislative Summit

2015 Federal Legislative Summit

Thursday, August 13, 2015 - 8:30am

2015 Federal Legislative Summit

brought to you by

The Nebraska Chamber of Commerce & Industry

and

The Lincoln Chamber of Commerce

and

The Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce

The seventh annual Federal Legislative Summit is set for Thursday, Aug.  13, 2015, at the Strategic Air & Space Museum near Ashland, just north of Exit 426 on I-80. 

The summit will offers a timely opportunity for Nebraskans to hear about the latest developments on federal areas of interest – from taxes to regulations to foreign policy.  This unique event is hosted by the Nebraska Chamber of Commerce and Industry, along with the Lincoln Chamber of Commerce.

The event will begin at 8:30 a.m. (CT) sharp and conclude by 1 p.m.  A buffet lunch will be served.  Doors will open at 7:30 a.m., allowing networking time for chamber members.

Event registration: To register online please follow this link: 2015 Federal Legislative Summit
 
                                      or fill out the attached flyer and email, mail or fax in to The Nebraska Chamber of Commerce & Industry.       2015 Federal Legislative Summit  flyer

Legislative Summit Highlights

Welcoming remarks begin at 8:30 a.m.

*  Congressional Report from Nebraska’s U.S. Senators and Representatives

*  Panel featuring Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts and Attorney General Doug Peterson

*  Lunch and Keynote Address by David Azerrad, The Heritage Foundation

         David Azerrad

David Azerrad is director of The Heritage Foundation’s B. Kenneth Simon Center for Principles and Politics, where he teaches the tenets of the American political tradition to policymakers, political leaders and the public at large.  He devotes his time and research to increasing public understanding of America’s founding principles.  A popular keynote speaker around the country, Azerrad gives engaging talks on topics such as the nation’s founding, modern liberalism and conservatism, and the American dream.  His writings have appeared in numerous national publications and he has been cited in The New York Times, The Washington Post and appeared on the BBC and Radio Canada.