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Top Leaders from Across Political Spectrum to Convene in
Washington April 28th to Discuss Nation’s Rising Deficits and Debt
Range of Voices to Include President Clinton, OMB Dir. Peter Orszag, CAP CEO John Podesta, Sen. Judd Gregg, Rep. Paul Ryan, CBPP Dir. Robert Greenstein, fmr Treasury Sec. Robert Rubin, EPI President Lawrence Mishel, and fmr Federal Reserve Chairmen Paul Volcker and Alan Greenspan in First-Ever “National Fiscal Summit”
Co-Chairs Bowles & Simpson of President Obama’s National Commission on Fiscal
Responsibility and Reform to Participate
NEW YORK (APRIL 15, 2010) – On Wednesday, April 28th, the Peter G. Peterson Foundation (PGPF) will convene a broad range of senior officials, policy-makers, elected leaders, and experts at the first-ever “2010 Fiscal Summit: America’s Crisis and A Way Forward” to launch a national bipartisan dialogue on America’s fiscal challenges. The Fiscal Summit will bring together hundreds of stakeholders from across the political spectrum with diverse ideas on how to address critical fiscal issues while continuing to meet the priorities of the American people.
Participants include keynote speaker President Bill Clinton, Director of the Office of Management and Budget Peter Orszag, Co-Chairs of the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform Erskine Bowles and Alan Simpson, and Members of the Congress.