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Hobby Policy Summit 2014: Building a Better Texas For All


Date: October 14-16, 2014
Location: Hilton Downtown
City: Austin, TX
Join us for a three-day summit to engage, plan, and galvanize our shared vision to expand economic opportunity for all Texans. We will feature keynote speakers, panels, and interactive sessions on health care, economic opportunity, education, food access, the budget, and taxes. 

Look for more Summit details soon, including scholarships, plenary speakers, live music, and a special announcement regarding our 2014 Legacy Luncheon!

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