As Colorado lawmakers wrestle with politics, budgets and deadlines, it’s important to stay on top of the issues that impact our families and communities. PRSA, the Denver Press Club and the Denver Post have joined together to launch a new series called Social Perspectives: Conversations, Debate and Understanding.
Hosted by the Denver Press Club, the free series picks up where the editorial pages of the Denver Post leave off — bringing together key players and prominent perspectives on issues that lawmakers are talking about at the state Capitol and Coloradans are reading about in the press.
The first event in the series takes place next Tuesday, Feb. 28 at 6:30 p.m. and will focus on the state budget and how the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights (TABOR) will impact decisions this legislative session . Key thinkers from both sides of TABOR will be attending including those from the TABOR Foundation, the Governor’s Office, the Secretary of State’s Office and the Denver Post. Representatives from the Independence Institute and the Colorado Fiscal Institute will also be attending. Members from Colorado PRSA will be there in support of open, ethical communications
A cash bar and appetizers will be available. Ample street parking is located nearby.
This is an opportunity to listen, learn, and engage firsthand with leaders, the press, and your colleagues in PRSA on important issues facing Colorado. For more information, contact Teresa Dougherty, Colorado PRSA.
Social Perspectives: Conversation, Debate and Understanding, a new series sponsored by PRSA
Feb. 28 at 6:30 p.m.
The Denver Press Club
1330 Glenarm Place
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