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Evan Bayh and Haley Barbour to Visit Miller Center on Feb. 5

Governors Barbour and Bayh

Former governors Evan Bayh (D-IN) and Haley Barbour (R-MS) served as co-chairs during the first Milstein Symposium on new manufacturing, held in Washington, DC in October. The two will visit the Miller Center on February 5 at 11:00 a.m. to discuss the findings of the first commission and the best practices identified for encouraging the growth of small- and medium-enterprises in the U.S. 

This event will serve as the launch for the new special Forum series discussing practical, non-partisan ideas for reinvigorating the beleaguered American middle class. Each episode will feature the co-chairs of the special commissions organized as part of the Milstein Symposium, sharing the results of their efforts to find new, actionable solutions for supporting a strong middle class and a "New American Century." 

You can watch streaming video of their presentation by visiting the Miller Center home page on Feb. 5 at 11:00 a.m. 

Date edited: 01/10/2014 (3:56PM)


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