Where State Senate leaders share best practices to improve public policy.

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FALL 2019 CONFERENCE

The Fall Senate Presidents’ Forum convened in Santa Fe, New Mexico. This border State was an ideal setting to examine challenging immigration issues and potential solutions. The State is also a nexus for energy policy innovation, and the Forum explored these innovations in a session devoted to the flood of new energy policies being adopted by the States.

CONTACT

Senate Presidents’ Forum

579 Broadway

Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 10706

 

Tel: 914-693-1818

Copyright © 2020 Senate Presidents' Forum. All rights reserved.

 

FALL 2019 CONFERENCE

Discussion: Border Issues

Question and Answer session that followed the US/Mexican presentations.

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FALL 2019 CONFERENCE

The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA)

Bilateral trade is critical to both the US and Mexico, and directly impacts the States’ economies. Mexico is the number one trading partner with the US, and totaled an estimated $671.0 billion in 2018.

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FALL 2019 CONFERENCE

Policy Explosion in the States

Clean energy policies reduce the environmental risks associated with conventional energy generation.

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FALL 2019 CONFERENCE

Migration Policy at the
US-Mexico Border

Most immigration to the US is legal, but illegal crossings undermine the integrity of the system and require response.      

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FALL 2019 CONFERENCE

New Energy and Jobs

The changing technologies of power generation require highly-skilled workers with increasingly diversified job requirements.

< M O R E >

 

FALL 2019 CONFERENCE

On the Front Line:
Border Security – The Wall

President Trump’s threat to “seal the border,” encouraged smugglers to move quickly. Currently, more than 1 million asylum applicants await a hearing.

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FALL 2019 CONFERENCE

Trends for Renewable Energy in the States

New Mexico ’s goals include: reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions across state government and expanding energy efficiency and renewable energy in government facilities.

< M O R E >

Where State Senate leaders share best practices to improve public policy.

 Upcoming ConferenceDon't miss the next forum!

FALL 2019 CONFERENCE

The Fall Senate Presidents’ Forum convened in Santa Fe, New Mexico. This border State was an ideal setting to examine challenging immigration issues and potential solutions. The State is also a nexus for energy policy innovation, and the Forum explored these innovations in a session devoted to the flood of new energy policies being adopted by the States.

CONTACT

Senate Presidents’ Forum

579 Broadway

Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 10706

 

Tel: 914-693-1818

Copyright © 2020 Senate Presidents' Forum. All rights reserved.

 

FALL 2019 CONFERENCE

Trends for Renewable Energy in the States

New Mexico ’s goals include: reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions across state government and expanding energy efficiency and renewable energy in government facilities.

< M O R E >

 

FALL 2019 CONFERENCE

The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA)

Bilateral trade is critical to both the US and Mexico, and directly impacts the States’ economies. Mexico is the number one trading partner with the US, and totaled an estimated $671.0 billion in 2018.

< M O R E >

 

FALL 2019 CONFERENCE

Policy Explosion in the States

Clean energy policies reduce the environmental risks associated with conventional energy generation.

< M O R E >

 

FALL 2019 CONFERENCE

Migration Policy at
the US-Mexico Border

Most immigration to the US is legal, but illegal crossings undermine the integrity of the system and require response.     

< M O R E >

 

FALL 2019 CONFERENCE

New Energy and Jobs

The changing technologies of power generation require highly-skilled workers with increasingly diversified job requirements.

< M O R E >

 

FALL 2019 CONFERENCE

On the Front Line:
Border Security –
The Wall

Transatlantic trade relationship “drifting apart” as doubts grow about the US as a reliable “partner.”

< M O R E >

 

FALL 2019 CONFERENCE

Discussion: Border Issues

Question and Answer session that followed the US/Mexican presentations.

< M O R E >

Where State Senate leaders share best practices to improve public policy.

 Upcoming ConferenceDon't miss the next forum!

FALL 2019 CONFERENCE

The Fall Senate Presidents’ Forum convened in Santa Fe, New Mexico. This border State was an ideal setting to examine challenging immigration issues and potential solutions. The State is also a nexus for energy policy innovation, and the Forum explored these innovations in a session devoted to the flood of new energy policies being adopted by the States.

 

FALL 2019 CONFERENCE

Migration Policy at the
US-Mexico Border

Most immigration to the US is legal, but illegal crossings undermine the integrity of the system and require response.     

< M O R E >

 

FALL 2019 CONFERENCE

The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA)

Bilateral trade is critical to both the US and Mexico, and directly impacts the States’ economies. Mexico is the number one trading partner with the US, and totaled an estimated $671.0 billion in 2018.

< M O R E >

 

FALL 2019 CONFERENCE

On the Front Line:
Border Security – The Wall

President Trump’s threat to “seal the border,” encouraged smugglers to move quickly. Currently, more than 1 million asylum applicants await a hearing.

< M O R E >

 

FALL 2019 CONFERENCE

Discussion: Border Issues

Question and Answer session that followed the US/Mexican presentations.

< M O R E >

 

FALL 2019 CONFERENCE

Trends for Renewable Energy in the States

New Mexico ’s goals include: reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions across state government and expanding energy efficiency and renewable energy in government facilities.

< M O R E >

 

FALL 2019 CONFERENCE

New Energy and Jobs

The changing technologies of power generation require highly-skilled workers with increasingly diversified job requirements.

< M O R E >

CONTACT

Senate Presidents’ Forum

579 Broadway

Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 10706

 

Tel: 914-693-1818

Copyright © 2020 Senate Presidents' Forum. All rights reserved.