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Jun 14, 2019

Register for the Fourth Annual Policy Circle Leadership Summit

Living and Leading in a Connected World. Join Policy Circle leaders and members from across the country as we come together to learn about our connected world and how the dynamics of the ways in which citizens interact with government is changing rapidly. The non-stop dissemination of information is of critical importance to shaping policy […]

Jun 13, 2019

Women Business Leaders Value Policy Conversations

“We need to introduce more women entrepreneurs to the all-important educational platform The Policy Circle created. It enables us to have conversations about, and become more knowledgeable on, public policy issues which may impact our businesses.”   Lorilee Cummings, Board member, Kirkwood Des Peres Area Chamber of Commerce of Greater St. Louis. Lorilee was so interested in […]

May 31, 2019

Today Only: Participate in a Survey on publishing of doctors prices.

Today is the last day to participate in a survey by Open the Books asking citizens whether or not they would price compare doctors and their services if they had online access to the costs doctors charge?  Thousands have already taken the survey, now The Policy Circle members can also make their voices heard. The results from the survey will help shine light […]

May 30, 2019

Tariffs: Why the focus on China?

The U.S. has levied tariffs against the EU, Canada, and Mexico , but negotiations and tariffs directed at China have taken center stage. Why? And what does this mean for free trade? The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative investigated China’s trade practices and detailed how they operate: “The Chinese government uses foreign ownership restrictions…and other foreign investment restrictions to require or pressure technology transfer [i.e. the […]