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Wednesday, September 24, 2008 Health System Reform, Hospital Transparency   Volume 4 Issue 9  
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Utah’s Health System Reform: HB 133
Universal Health Insurance Reform
Hospital Pricing Transparency
Event - Utah’s Health System Reform: Issues, Implementation, and Impact
Event - The 2008 Presidential Election
That’s Confidence!
Yard Waste Recycling
Fundraising: The Ultimate Collaboration
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Event - The 2008 Presidential Election
ASPA/CPPA Breakfast
www.cppa.utah.edu/aspa

The 2008 Presidential race is becoming one of the most engaging and dynamic in recent history. Please join the Utah Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) and the Center for Public Policy and Administration at the University of Utah for a lively discussion on the 2008 Presidential election.

Thursday, October 9
8:00 – 10:30 am
Little America Hotel, Ballroom A
Cost: $15, includes continental breakfast ($8 for students)
Register online at www.cppa.utah.edu/aspa

8:00am 2008 Presidential Campaign: Potential Impacts on Utah's Political Landscape
Panelists:
Stan Lockhart, Chair, Utah Republican Party
Wayne Holland, Chair, Utah Democratic Party
Suzanne Gelderman, Utah State Director of Obama for America
Representative from McCain Campaign

9:15 Break
 
9:30am The Road to the White House runs through the West
Panelists:
Dan Jones, Dan Jones and Associates
Jeff Hartley, Political Consultant
Matthew Burbank, Political Science Chair, The University of Utah
Richard Piatt, KSL Television
 

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