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The Future of Local Policy: How to Predict What Will Happen This Year

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Major issues, trends, and opportunities are starting to simmer at the local level — from electric vehicles to reproductive healthcare and clean energy, just to name a few.

Predicting what could be coming down the road for your organization is always challenging. That’s why we’re bringing together expert observations and the exciting new data-based insights from Curate to paint a picture of the emerging trends that could have significant impacts on local governments and school districts in 2023.

Join our live discussion on Wednesday, February 1 at 2 p.m. EST to gain insights that can help you make better, data-driven decisions about your policy management strategy by staying ahead and anticipating changes in local policy.

Experts will discuss:

  • The local trends that might become state and national trends in 2023

  • Predictions of what will come to the forefront of local policy this year

  • How these issues are impacting organizations today

  • How to use curated data sources to predict which trends are picking up heat at the local level

  • Steps you can take now to prepare

Speakers:

  • Melissa Horn, Director of State Legislative Affairs, Arthritis Foundation

  • Grant Meade, Director of Realtor and Community Affairs, Greater Metropolitan Association of Realtors

  • Bret Borth, Senior Client Success Manager, Terracon

  • Patrick Cochran, Advocacy and Policy Engagement Senior Coordinator, PFLAG

  • Moderated by Danielle Powell, Managing Director of Municipal Strategy and Operations, Curate

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