Join Bridge, Circle of Blue to discuss Michigan lawmakers’ water priorities
Bridge Michigan invites readers to join us from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. on Jan. 25 for a Zoom discussion about the priorities for water in the 2023 Michigan Legislature.
Bridge environment reporter Kelly House will moderate a discussion with Jeremy Orr, law professor at Michigan State University College of Law; Herasanna Richards, legislative associate for state & federal affairs with the Michigan Municipal League and additional speakers to be determined.
This event is in partnership with Circle of Blue and is funded by the Fred A. and Barbara M. Erb Family Foundation and the Bosch Community Fund.
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Please fill out the registration form to be sent a calendar invitation to the event, including the Zoom link. This registration form also includes an opportunity to submit questions for our guest speakers.
How to join this live Zoom discussion
To be invited to participate in this hour discussion, please complete this form, and we’ll send you the link via a Google Calendar invitation to your email inbox. You can also pre-submit your questions to our team on this form.
To learn more about how to join a Zoom meeting, click here. Zoom is free to use, and you can use the video call function on your computer, tablet or phone, or you can call into the meeting using the conference line function.
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