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Marco Rubio to give 'major' economic address at YG Network event

From a press release:
 
Rubio To Address Middle-Class Economic Challenges at Event Sponsored by YG Network:  On Wednesday, June 25th, U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) will deliver a major address, "Finding Economic Security in an Insecure Time," in which he will outline reform conservative ideas to address the rising cost of living plaguing middle class families. The event is sponsored by the non-profit YG Network and will be hosted at Hillsdale College's Allan P. Kirby, Jr. Center for Constitution Studies and Citizenship on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. 

Finding Economic Security in an Insecure Time: A speech by Senator Marco Rubio

Sponsored by YG Network

Wednesday, June 25th

1:00PM – 2:00PM

Hillsdale College's Kirby Center

227 Massachusetts Avenue, NE, Washington, DC  20002

 About "Finding Economic Security in an Insecure Time": Tens of millions of Americans have begun to lose hope in the American Dream. They struggle against the rising cost of living, persistently low wages, and a rapidly changing job market. Washington does little to help them, clinging instead to old and outdated policies and institutions which do nothing to address the needs of our people today.

The 21st century comes with extraordinary opportunities, but taking advantage of them will require a new agenda. Throughout the year, Senator Rubio has introduced a series of reforms designed to capitalize on the promise of this new century.
 
It is an agenda best understood through the lives of real people, so Rubio will introduce you to Floridians whose current struggles represent the challenges facing millions of Americans today. Their stories – that of a single mother struggling to make ends meet, two college graduates who can’t find good paying jobs, and a working family who owns a struggling small business – will speak to a wide variety of Americans who find their belief in the promise of our nation shaken, and will illustrate why the road ahead for America can be one of prosperity and promise for all.
 
About YG Network: The YG Network is a non-profit 501(c)(4) dedicated to supporting conservative policies and the efforts of policymakers who fight for those policies. YG Network believes that by seeking reforms that create jobs, encourage innovation, instill fiscal discipline, establish a patient-centered health care system and pursue energy security, we can foster the optimal environment for America’s businesses and entrepreneurs to succeed and flourish. Recently YG Network released 'Room To Grow: Conservative Reforms for a Limited Government and a Thriving Middle Class,' a book that has been called "the most coherent and compelling policy agenda the American right has produced this century." 
 
More on the event is here

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Tally Folly

Marco Rubio's Economic Plan is to funnel money to the 1% and hope it trickles down and they do not continue to hoard it all.
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James in South Dade

YG Event?

You mean the ”Young Guns” (YG) founded by FORMER non-conservative Majority Leader Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA)...

I would expect this group to dissolve soon especially after they endorsed Carlos ”Rotten to the Common Core” Curbelo loses his 5-way primary to become yet another ”also ran.”

Bill Thompson

Yes, this is yet another political operative hiding behind 501(c) 4 status to keep its donors list secret. They are supposed to be working on issues of public policy as a 501(c)4 and yet have been involved in negative campaigning against moderate GOP candidates like former Senator Richard Lugar of Indiana, who lost in the GOP primary in 2012.

TerreG

Marc, Would let us know who gave such a glowing endorsement of this book?

Bill Thompson

The readers have no interest in press releases from distant places that are just posted to promote the neophyte Rubio's egotistical presidential aspirations. These lazy newspaper writers should be writing real news stories, not just posting press releases.

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