Freeman Seminar Oct 27--Reform of Political Campaign Financing

The Freeman Center for International Economic Policy sponsors the Global Policy Seminar/Workshop series every other Tuesday.  The sessions are held from 12:45 to
2:00 pm in the Stassen Room (Room 170) of the Humphrey School. 
The next presentations are:

October 27 – Richard Painter on the Reform of Political Campaign Financing (in Humphrey 180)
November 10   – Gabe Chan on International Climate Policy
December 8 –   Eric Schwartz on U.S. Policy towards Syrian Refugees

The Freeman Center for International Economic Policy, Humphrey School of Public Affairs, presents a Workshop on Global Policy
Richard Painter
Law School, University of Minnesota
will speak on
Taxation only with Representation:  the Conservative Conscience and Campaign Finance Reform

Professor Painter will argue that political conservatives should support reform of our corrupt system of campaign finance.  A principal concern is the ability of foreign governments, sovereign wealth funds, corporations, and other groups to influence our political system and undermine our national security.  Professor Painter will also propose a solution that will bring more small donors into our campaign finance system to make candidates less
dependent upon large donors.

12:45 - 2:00 pm
Tuesday, October 27
Humphrey 180 (10/27 only)
Humphrey School, West Bank Campus

All are welcome!  Refreshments will be served
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