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Join us for a panel discussion with government leaders
impacted by the "Fiscal Cliff" negotiations taking place in
Washington. $55 billion in non-defense spending cuts are on the
table. Come learn what these cuts would mean for education, health,
environmental protection, transportation, welfare and housing at
the state, tribal and local level.
Moderator: Prof. David King, Harvard Kennedy School;Karen R. Diver, Chairwoman, Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa; Linda Forry, MA State Representative; Gary Moran, Senior Deputy Commissioner, Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection; Jake Sullivan, Chief of Staff/Federal Relations, Boston Mayor Thomas Menino's Office of Advocacy and Strategic Investment; and Prof. Linda Bilmes, Harvard Kennedy School
Sponsored by The RSLT (Regional, State, Local and Tribal) Governance PIC
Co-Sponsors: Center for Public Leadership, the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development, The Taubman Center for State and Local Government, and The Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston, HKS
The RSLT PIC was formed to develop, interconnect, and support Harvard University graduate students, executive education students and alumni to serve as effective public leaders in regional, state, tribal and local government.