"Energy Liberty Forum" to discuss array of energy liberty issues facing state of Wisconsin on Monday, Oct. 20

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Energy & Enterprise Initiative hosting conservative energy forum to discuss free-market solar, climate change issues in Wisconsin with panelists including Conservatives for Energy Freedom founder Debbie Dooley and former Green Bay Packer Mark Tauscher.

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The Energy and Enterprise Initiative will host the “Energy Liberty Forum” to discuss a vibrant array of energy liberty issues currently facing the state of Wisconsin on Monday, October 20 at the Country Springs Hotel in Pewaukee, Wisc.

The panel, which begins at 7:00 pm (CDT), will feature Conservatives for Energy Freedom founder Debbie Dooley and former Green Bay Packer Mark Tauscher.

Also participating will be former State Representative and Chairman of the Energy and Utilities Committee Mark Honadel (R-WI-21), State Rep. Bob Kulp (R-WI-69) and SunVest Solar owner Matt Neumann.

For more information or go to our Facebook Event page to sign up.

Led by former Congressman Bob Inglis (R-SC), E&EI is a nationwide public engagement campaign promoting free-enterprise policy solutions for energy and climate challenges.

What: “Energy Liberty Forum” hosted by the Energy & Enterprise Initiative

When: Monday, October 20, 2014 at 7:00 pm (CDT)

Where: Country Springs Hotel (2810 Golf Road, Pewaukee, WI, 53072)

Who: Conservatives for Energy Freedom founder Debbie Dooley
Chairman of the Energy & Utilities Committee and former State Rep. Mark Honadel (R-WI-21)
State Rep. Bob Kulp (R-WI-69)
SunVest Solar owner Matt Neumann
Former Green Bay Packer lineman Mark Tauscher

About the Energy and Enterprise Initiative
The Energy and Enterprise Initiative is a nationwide public engagement campaign promoting free-enterprise solutions to energy and climate challenges. Based at George Mason University, E&EI works to build support for energy policies that are true to conservative principles of limited government, accountability, reasonable risk-avoidance, and free enterprise. Former South Carolina Republican Congressman Bob Inglis (1993-1999, 2005-2011) serves as executive director of E&EI. For more information, visit http://www.energyandenterprise.com.

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