Paul Gessing Discusses NM Economy; Politics June 8

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Rio Grande Foundation President Paul Gessing
 
RGF News:
 
In the wake of a legislative session which saw the adoption of numerous “economically-damaging” policies, the Rio Grande Foundation is embarking on a speaking and engagement tour of New Mexico’s communities to bolster support for free market principles and engage in outreach across the state.
 

The community is invited to join the Foundation at an event entitled, “New Mexico: What’s Next for Our State’s Economy and Politics?”, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, June 8 at Pasta Paradiso, 1315 Trinity Dr.

This afternoon luncheon features topics from the latest legislative session and other recent news presented by Foundation President Paul Gessing.

 
This fundraising event will support the ongoing work of the Rio Grande Foundation, a nonprofit organization, on behalf of individual liberty in New Mexico. Since 2000, the Rio Grande Foundation has been a voice in the fight for individual liberty, constitutional rights, and free markets in New Mexico, and its work continues today.
 
The Rio Grande Foundation analyzes policy, testifies to local and state governments, communicates through traditional and social media, and works to build coalitions with individuals and like-minded organizations. Its outreach and speaking tour will connect the Rio Grande Foundation with individuals, businesses, policymakers and community leaders across the state to inform, communicate and connect as it gears up for the policy battles in the upcoming Legislative session.
 
Advanced registration is encouraged, as seating is limited. To register, click here.
 
The Rio Grande Foundation is New Mexico’s free market think tank, a research institute dedicated to increasing liberty, opportunity and prosperity for all of New Mexico’s citizens. It does this by informing New Mexicans of the importance of individual freedom, limited government and economic opportunity.
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