The 2015 SRP Forum: "Keeping Water Flowing" will feature a major water statement by Governor Doug Ducey and a keynote address by Sarah Porter, director of the Kyl Center on Water Policy at the Morrison Institute.
The June 9 event will be held 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. at the Tempe Mission Palms, 60 E. Fifth St., in Tempe.
Lunch and valet parking are included in the registration fee, which is $75 for East Valley Partnership members and $100 for the general public and non-members of EVP. Reserved tables also are available.
The roundtable panel will discuss the current status of legal medical marijuana in Arizona and explore questions surrounding potential future legalization of recreational marijuana, an expected 2016 ballot initiative. Angles to be discussed: public safety, public health, taxation and financial regulation.
Morrison Institute for Public Policy will host the next installment of its roundtable series on Dec, 4, with the topic focusing on Arizona's Sun Corridor in terms of local leaderships in a global economy.
Morrison Institute for Public Policy will conduct Arizona’s first Citizens’ Initiative Review, a citizen-participation project to help voters better understand complex ballot issues. CIR will be held Sept. 18-21 at the Phoenix Convention Center, Room 124A North Building.
Morrison Institute Latino Public Policy Center director Joseph Garcia will be among the featured panelists Thursday at the "State of Arizona's Latino Vote," a symposium and an AZ Congressional District 7 candidates forum to examine the impact of Arizona’s Latino voters on the 2014 election cycle and beyond.