Lunch briefing: 12 noon - 1pm
Russell Senate Building, Room 385
Trade is a critical part of America’s economy. It creates jobs, fosters innovation, reduces prices for consumer goods and helps grow businesses. Put simply, trade is good for America. It drives our country. Barriers to trade, on the other hand, make Americans worse off. So, what can we do to reduce barriers to trade? Americans for Prosperity invites you to a lunch briefing to discuss these trade, tariffs, and their impact on businesses and consumers.
• Tim Phillips, President, Americans for Prosperity(Moderator)
• Dr. William Ruger, Vice President of Research and Policy, The Seminar Network Institute
• Dr. Donald J. Boudreaux, Professor of Economics, George Mason University
• Dr. Daniel J. Mitchell, Chairman, Center for Freedom and Prosperity