Events

July 29, 2015

On July 29, The Hill will celebrate the release of its 11th annual 50 Most Beautiful People list. List honorees of past and present will mix and mingle with Members of Congress, senior Congressional and administration staff, industry executives, and media.

 

July 28, 2015

Join The Hill on Tuesday, July 28 to consider the potential effects of international standard setting on the United States’ current state-based regulatory structure. In an increasingly interconnected world, what types of regulatory oversight might best serve consumers, the U.S. insurance market, and the economy? Policymakers and industry experts will discuss how the unique nature of the insurance industry affects its regulation and what policies Congress might consider, including amendments to Dodd-Frank, to protect U.S. policyholders and promote competition.

 

July 13, 2015

On July 13, The Hill will convene a thought-leader dinner to consider solutions to achieve long-term transportation funding, from policies to keep the Highway Trust Fund solvent, to opportunities for public-private investment partnerships, to what can be learned from strategies that have proven successful for solving large-scale issues outside of the transportation sector.

June 25, 2015

Join The Hill on Thursday, June 25 to explore ways that the private sector and government can work together to keep consumer data safe. Hear from some of Washington's most prominent women policy makers and security experts as we explore what legislative and industry solutions are needed to curb data breaches and build better cybersecurity tools.

June 09, 2015

Techonomy Policy brings together legislators, regulators, policy-makers and others in government with entrepreneurs, technologists, business leaders and policy experts. The aim is to conduct a uniquely big-picture conversation about forces altering the fundamental relationship between business and government, and to help develop ways to deliberately smooth economic growth, boost social progress and reinforce democracy.

June 02, 2015

On June 2 The Hill and The Observatory hosted a rooftop party to welcome in the Summer, featuring live music from Laissez Foure and Italian bites from Fiola. 

June 02, 2015

From nuclear energy to renewables like solar and wind to new sources of fossil fuels, the energy landscape in the U.S. is transforming as new technologies continue to develop. These developments have vast implications –– from economic prosperity and jobs, to international relationships, national security and the environment. Join The Hill on June 2 as we convene leading experts, stakeholders and government officials in energy and the environment to discuss policies and regulations that could affect the growth of the nuclear energy industry and the ability of the nation to meet clean energy goals.  

 

May 12, 2015

Policy leaders and regulators in Washington are considering ways to spur the development of new medicines. From the 21st Century Cures initiative in the House, to companion efforts in the Senate, to ambitious public-private collaboration, new ideas and proposals are emerging to beat both widespread and rare diseases. Join The Hill to examine key policy proposals aimed at speeding the drug development cycle from discovery to delivery.

April 29, 2015

Everyone knows Congress can work better.  Technology will play a crucial role in creating that 21st Century House and Senate, from corresponding with constituents to drafting letters and legislation.  But how do you actually do it?  How do you actually build that modern, efficient and effective Congress everyone wants? On April 29-May 1, 2015, #Hack4Congress is your answer.  

April 29, 2015

Fifty years after President Lyndon Johnson launched the War on Poverty, economic opportunity for many of our nation’s families and children remains out of reach. Join the Hill on April 29 to explore a variety of policy ideas aimed at expanding opportunity for low-income children and their families -- from early childhood education and children’s healthcare, to expanding the Child Tax Credit and Earned Income Tax Credit, to strengthening food assistance programs. 

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