2013 Tuesday Legislative Briefing Breakfasts | West Virginia Chamber of Commerce Charleston, WV

2013 Tuesday Legislative Briefing Breakfasts
. Please Note --> This is a Past Event!! .

Date: 3/5/2013 TO 3/26/2013
Time: 7:45 AM TO 9:00 AM

Charleston Marriott-Town Center
200 Lee Street East
Charleston, WV 25301

(304) 342-1115

Event Description:


The West Virginia Chamber of Commerce is please to offer four (4) highly informative and policy oriented legislative briefing breakfasts during the 2014 Legislative Session.

Each breakfast will feature speakers who will be addressing the most pressing issues facing West Virginia. The breakfasts will be hosted at the Charleston Marriott in downtown Charleston, West Virginia just blocks from the State Capitol.

This year’s dates and topics include: 

Tuesday, February 4th – 7:45 a.m.

There is a Hole in the Budget!

            Senator Roman Prezioso, Chairman Senate Finance
            Mark Muchow, Deputy Secretary of Revenue

Tuesday, February 11th – 7:45 a.m.

The Energy State

            Senator Doug Facemire, Chairman of Senate Energy, Industry & Mining       
                     Committee (Invited)

            Delegate Kevin Craig, Chairman of House Natural Resources & Energy Committee

Tuesday, February 18th – 7:45 a.m.

WV - the drug situation here

            Booth Goodwin, US Attorney for the Southern District of WV

Tuesday, February 25th – 7:45 a.m.

Bipartisan Perspective of Public Policy Set by the WV Supreme Court
           Speakers TBD

The 2014 Legislative Briefing Breakfast series is open to all members of the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce. There is a charge of $30.00 ($40.00 for NonMembers) to attend each breakfast.





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