The folks at the Georgia chapter of Americans for Prosperity will host their annual Day at the Capitol, an event geared towards educating activists in the inner-workings of the lawmaking process — or as some of us like to say, how the sausage is made.
AFP will host some events on the issues they’re pushing this year, including school choice and government accountability. Attendees will also get some “inside baseball” reports from state legislators.
Attendees will also get to hear Jonathan Williams, Director of Tax Policy at the American Legislative Exchange Council, during lunch at the Sloppy Floyd building. While the Day at the Capitol is free, lunch will cost $10.
To register, please visit here.