I am happy to announce that on Sept. 28, I will be part of a panel discussion at CPAC St. Louis titled “How Americans Are Changing ZIP Codes for Good Tax Codes.” Among the many topics we’ll discuss: my assertion that Missouri is at the heart of a Midwestern growth corridor, a fact that offers both an opportunity and a threat to the Show-Me State’s economic future. Joining me on the panel are:
- Ted Dabrowski, vice president of Policy, Illinois Policy Institute
- Jonathan Williams, director of the Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force, American Legislative Exchange Council
- The Honorable Larry Parman, Oklahoma Secretary of State
- Travis Brown, author of How Money Walks, who will also serve as our moderator
Our talk is tentatively scheduled to begin at 11:45 a.m., following speeches from former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum and current Texas Gov. Rick Perry. Suffice to say, if you want to get a good seat . . . you may want to arrive early. And if the formal schedule changes between now and then, I will update this post with the new details.
It should be a fantastic event. I would be utterly delighted to meet our readers, so if you have time that day, I’d encourage you to register and attend our event. You can sign up for the conference here.