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- Scott Hodge Addresses Bush Center Tax Conference
Scott Hodge Addresses Bush Center Tax Conference
Tax Foundation President Will Join CEOs, Media Executives, Five Governors
Washington, DC, April 9, 2012—Tax Foundation President Scott Hodge will address the conference "Tax Policies for 4% Growth: Evidence from the States, American History, Markets, and Nations" tomorrow in New York City. The conference, hosted by the George W. Bush Presidential Center at the New-York Historical Society, will feature speakers from government, business, the news media, and non-profit sector, including former President George W. Bush, House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan, and the sitting governors of five states.
Those not attending the conference in person can watch the proceedings live via webcast here.
Conference Speakers Will Include:
The Honorable George W. Bush
Maria Bartiromo, Anchor, CNBC's Closing Bell
The Honorable Sam Brownback, Governor of Kansas The Honorable
Chris Christie, Governor of New Jersey
The Honorable Mary Fallin, Governor of Oklahoma
Steve Forbes, Chairman and Editor-in-Chief, Forbes Media
The Honorable Governor Bill Haslam, Governor of Tennessee
The Honorable Paul R. LePage, Governor of Maine
Pamela H. Patsley, Chairman and CEO, MoneyGram International, Inc.
The Honorable Paul Ryan, Chairman, House Budget Committee
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