Join us online Dec. 7 to 11 during lunch — from noon to 1 p.m. Central — to preview the priorities and likely hot-button topics of the 2021 legislative session. In conversation with lawmakers, state officials and members of the Texas media, we’ll discuss the impact of 2020 elections on the state House and Senate, the impact of COVID-19 on the state budget, the state’s relationship with the federal government, calls for action on racial justice and police brutality, what the redistricting process is likely to look like and more.
Register for the symposium here.
This session is supported by Toyota North America, Beer Alliance of Texas, CenterPoint Energy, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas, Philanthropy Advocates, Educate Texas, Gulf States Toyota, Raise Your Hand Texas, AT&T, Texas State University System, HCA Healthcare, University of Texas at Arlington, IDEA Public Schools, DoorDash, Texas Exes, NRG Energy, Office of Public Insurance Counsel, One World Strategy Group, Texas Infrastructure Now and Fairmont Austin.
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