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Public Policy Forum Welcomes Senate President Mike Miller for its April 23rd Meeting
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Public Policy Forum Welcomes Senate President Mike Miller for its April 23rd Meeting

Alexander & Cleaver 3:45pm - 5:00pm 54 State Circle, Annapolis, MD 21401

When: Wednesday, April 23, 2014
3:45pm - 5:00pm
Where: Alexander & Cleaver
54 State Circle
Annapolis, Maryland  21401
United States
Contact: Lindsay Powell
410 630 8200

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Public Policy Forum Meeting

We are pleased to have Senate President Mike Miller as our speaker at our April Public Policy Forum. Mike lives in Calvert County and is the longest serving Senate president in the United States. He attended the University of Maryland (B.S. Business Administration) and University of Maryland School of Law (LL.B., J.D.). Mike is married and has five children and thirteen grandchildren. He is a civil war and political history buff and is known for his intellect, his droll sense of humor and political acumen.

4:00 Welcome and Introductions              
4:05 Introduce Featured Guest                            
4:07 Presentation                       
4:40 Q&A/Discussion                             
4:55 Discuss Plans for Next Meeting                 
5:00 Adjourn

Host Sponsor: Alexander & Cleaver


Registration for CRTC Public Policy Forum Meetings is free and restricted to CRTC Members ONLY. 


CRTC’s Public Policy Forum (PPF) functions as an educational and advocacy arm of the CRTC, promoting pro-growth policies concerning state programs in support of its mission to advance Maryland’s position as a favorable state for the creation and growth of technology companies.  The CRTC-PPF organizes event-driven and online forums for discussion to advance dialogue and advocacy of public policy issues that impact the membership of the organization.  All CRTC Members in good standing are invited to participate in the Public Policy Forum.

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