Ritter on panel on trade, tourism

Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet will host a forum on immigration, trade, and security in partnership with the Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab (CELL).

 

Featured panelists include former U.S. Representative David Dreier (R-CA), Consul General of Canada Marcy Grossman, and Chairwoman of the Center for Equal Opportunity Linda Chavez. Former Colorado Governor Bill Ritter will moderate.

 

More than 700 are expected to attend the discussion, which will cover, among other things, U.S. immigration policy and the prospects for passing a comprehensive immigration reform bill in 2014. As part of the Senate’s “Gang of 8,” Bennet helped write a bipartisan bill to fix the broken immigration system that passed the Senate last June.

 

 

 

WHO:          U.S. Senator Michael Bennet

                    Former Colorado Governor Bill Ritter

                    U.S. Representative David Dreier (R-CA)

                    Consul General of Canada Marcy Grossman

                    Chairwoman of the Center for Equal Opportunity Linda Chavez

 

WHAT:        The Cross Border Debate: Immigration, Trade, and Security

 

WHERE:       The Denver Art Museum (North Building)

100 W. 14th Avenue, Denver, CO 80204

 

WHEN:        Tuesday, February 18 at 7:00PM MT

 

 

RSVP:          Media credentials are REQUIRED for admittance. RSVP to lalshihabi@thecell.org or 608-446-3881 by end of day on February 17, 2014. Media registration table will be set-up beginning at 5:30PM MT.

 

SPONSORS:      The Denver Post, the Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab (CELL), and the Government of Canada

 

 

About the CELL: The Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab (CELL) is dedicated to preventing terrorism through education, empowerment, and engagement. As a nonprofit, nonpartisan institution, its one-of-a-kind exhibit, renowned speaker series, and training initiatives provide a comprehensive look at the threat of terrorism and how individuals can play a role in preventing it, ultimately enhancing public safety.