National Association of Attorneys General
Summer Meeting: Public Protection in Challenging Economic Times
Finding ways to protect the public with fewer state dollars will be the focus of discussion among the state Attorneys General and others during the NAAG Summer Meeting, June 16-18 in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
This public meeting allows attendees to discuss the latest state legal issues and potential solutions and offers extensive networking opportunities, all in a great location, the Cheyenne Mountain Resort, an environmentally-friendly hotel. Colorado Attorney General John Suthers and his wife, Janet, are the meeting hosts.
The agenda will include panel discussions on such topics as the Mexico-U.S. border action and the first speaker selected as part of the William H. Sorrell Lecture Series on Tobacco Policy and Enforcement. The series is in honor of Vermont Attorney General Sorrell through an endowment provided by the American Legacy Foundation. During the state dinner, the gavel is passed from current NAAG President and Rhode Island Attorney General Patrick Lynch to the incoming NAAG President and Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning, and a variety of NAAG awards are presented to recognize significant accomplishments by an Attorney General, SAGE member, an assistant attorney general, and Attorney General staff.
The meeting concludes June 18 with a cowboy trail dinner and a Western Show at the Flying W Ranch. NAAG will also offer a children’s program and a social program for family members in attendance.
For more information or to register, go to http://www.naag.org/naag-summer-meeting.php or contact Jeffrey Hunter, email@example.com.