WILTON, Conn. -- The road to Connecticut's future will be the discussion on Oct. 10 presented by the Connecticut chapter of Americans for Prosperity.
“Connecticut’s Road to a Bright Economic Future” will be held at 7 p.m. Oct. 10 at the Wilton Library’s Brubeck Room, according to a press release. The event will involve a discussion of "the current condition of our state’s economic woes; investigate the impact of debt on taxpayers and families and most important, present solutions to put our state on the road to brighter economic future," according to the release. A question-and-answer session will follow the presentation.
"There has been much press coverage of Connecticut’s economic shortfalls including being the only state where the GDP shrank (U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis), the greatest 2012 workforce shrinkage (Barron’s), the worst state for retirement (Kiplinger and TopRetirement.com) and our falling to the bottom of business friendliness rankings (CNBC)," representatives said in the release.
“I look forward to discussing what can be done to promote and advance economic freedom in our state,” said JR Romano, Americans for Prosperity Connecticut State Director, in the release. “So many issues and pieces of legislation are debated without the knowledge of the public that directly impact our economic freedom. We look forward to an interesting and educational event to discuss how to get Connecticut back on the path to economic prosperity.”
Refreshments will be served at the event, which is sponsored by the Wilton Republican Town Committee. Admission is free and walk-ins are welcome but residents can also register on the Connecticut Bright Future website.
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