Date & Time
Thursday, June 7, 2018, 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
Session 5A - Next Steps in Healthcare Reform
Efforts in 2017 to repeal and replace Obamacare came up short.  Where do we go from here?  We will discuss an emerging consensus plan - created by conservatives around the country - to increase patient choices and stop exploding costs, starting by returning to repeal and replacing Obamacare as a down payment to larger reforms.
Moderator: Marie Fishpaw
Director, Domestic Policy Studies, The Heritage Foundation
Doug Badger
Senior Fellow, Galen Institute, and Visiting Fellow, The Heritage Foundation
Dan Holler
Vice President, Heritage Action for America
Grace Marie Turner
President, Galen Institute
Session 5B - Advancing School Safety: Lessons from Parkland
There was nearly 20 years between the Columbine massacre on April 20, 1999, and the school shooting in Parkland, Florida - yet, as a nation, we still seem to be searching for solutions.  We know what does - and doesn't - work to improve school safety.  Rather than allow another tragedy to occur, it is time to set aside political agendas and get serious about school safety.
Moderator: Jonathan Butcher
Senior Policy Analyst, Center for Education Policy, The Heritage Foundation
Max Eden
Senior Fellow, Manhattan Institute
John Malcolm
Vice President, Institute for Constitutional Government, Director of the Meese Center for Legal & Judicial Studies and
Senior Legal Fellow, The Heritage Foundation
Kenneth Preston
Student Journalist, Broward County, Florida

Session 5C - Communications Workshop: Building a Social Media Brand
How can organizations build their social media brand?  Successful digital media leaders share insights on strategy, engagement, and lessons learned in the fast-paced digital media world.
Moderator: Rob Bluey
Vice President, Communications and Editor-in-Chief, The Daily Signal
Neil Patel
Co-Founder and Publisher, The Daily Caller
Ory Rinat
Deputy Assistant to the President and Chief Digital Officer, The White House

Session 5D - Advancing Worker Freedom after Janus v. AFSCME
How will the Court rule?  What efforts are being made to educate employees on their rights?
Moderator: Joe Lehman
President, Mackinac Center for Public Policy
Patrick Hughes
President, Liberty Justice Center
William Messenger
Staff Attorney, National Right to Work Legal Foundation
Brian Minnich
Executive Vice President, Freedom Foundation
Colin Sharkey
Executive Vice President, Association of American Educators