The next RGF luncheon is on the way (this one deals with regulations)!

If you haven’t already gotten your tickets to our exciting events on Monday and Tuesday, please do so here for lunch, here for our Santa Fe reception, and here for our Albuquerque breakfast.

However, we have another upcoming event coming up soon. Information on that follows (note that it is at the Marriott on Louisiana, not at the Pyramid off I-25):

One of the nation's leading experts on how over-regulation is choking off productivity and economic growth will be speaking in Albuquerque on Friday April 5th and you are invited.

Myron Ebell is Director of the Center of Energy and Environment at the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI). Ebell will speak from 12:00 noon to 1:00PM on Friday, April 5th, at the Marriott Hotel uptown (at Louisiana Blvd. NE and Interstate 40).

Cost of this event is $25 if you register before April 1, 2013 and $35 thereafter. You can pay online here or send a check noting that it is for the Myron Ebell event and listing the attendee names to: PO Box 40336, Albuquerque, NM 87196.

Mr. Ebell will give chapter on verse on how over-regulation such as the Dodd-Frank financial regulation, the Environmental Protection Agency, and the so-called "Affordable Care Act", among many others, are ill-founded, illogical and counter-productive, hindering a robust free enterprise market which can benefit all citizens.

Further, Mr. Ebell will address energy regulations due to the importance of energy to the nation and to New Mexico, a state with vast energy reserves. He is regarded as a national leader in challenging global warming assumptions, and was active in battling the proposed "cap and trade" congressional bill (that was defeated).

The event is hosted jointly by the New Mexico Prosperity Project, Citizens Alliance for Responsible Energy, and the Rio Grande Foundation.

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