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Friday, July 15 • 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Why Every Attempt at Tax Reform Has Failed (Jack Boyle, Dan Johnson, Emily Kingston, Robin Koerner, Geoffrey Lawrence, Dr. Timothy Nash)

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Jack Boyle

Co-Founder & President, Put Growth First
Jack Boyle has had a 35 year career as a mortgage banker, bond trader, small business owner, and financial advisor.In 2007 Boyle turned to public policy full time when he joined Americans for Prosperity to open AFP's Ohio chapter. Boyle cofounded (with Ron Alban) Citizens United to End Ohio’s Estate Tax, a ballot-issue PAC, dedicated to ending Ohio’s estate tax. This successful statewide effort combined a grassroots petition... Read More →
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Dan Johnson

Executive Director, Tax Revolution Institute
Dan Johnson has built an amazing resume for "Liberty" and success, at a young age. Founder of People Against the NDAA, which became the largest civil liberties organization in the nation taking on Federal overreach at a local level. Founder of the Solutions Institute, an activist training center, with a focus on solving "impossible" political problems, helping volunteer advocacy groups, and raising awareness of sensitive issues. Hundreds of... Read More →
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Robin Koerner

Communications Advisor, Tax Revolution institute
Robin Koerner is the author of “If You Can Keep It”, which discusses the ways in which psychology and culture drive political change. He is a political and economic commentator for the Huffington Post and other media. In 2011, he wrote an article in which he coined the term “Blue Republican” to refer to liberals and independents who joined the GOP to support Ron Paul. The article went viral, producing the largest coalition... Read More →
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Geoffrey Lawrence

Assistant Controller, State of Nevada
Geoffrey oversees the state's financial reporting and transparency efforts along with Nevada's elected controller, Ron Knecht. Geoffrey formerly was Director of Research at the Nevada Policy Research Institute and has written for the Cato Institute and the Heritage Foundation in Washington, DC. Geoffrey is recognized as an expert in tax and labor policies in the states.  He did his undergraduate work at the University of North... Read More →
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Kelley Miller

Reed Smith LLP
Kelley Miller is an attorney with Reed Smith LLP, resident in the firm’s Washington, DC office, where significant aspects of her practice involve handling complex federal and state tax controversies. Ms. Miller’s practice is premised on using the right tools at the right time to help her clients pay no more tax than legally due. A former Attorney Advisor to the United States Tax Court, Ms. Miller regularly advises clients on... Read More →
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Dr. Timothy Nash

Senior Vice President, Northwood University
Timothy Nash joined Northwood in 1980 and received a B.B.A. from the university, an M.A. in Economics from Central Michigan University, and an Ed.D. in curriculum and instruction with his cognate in business administration from Wayne State University. He is an associate professor of Economics and Business for the undergraduate program and is an associate professor of Economics and Public Policy at the DeVos Graduate School. His travels and... Read More →

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Tax Revolution Institute

Tax Revolution Institute (TRI) is a non-partisan, 501(c)(3)-pending organization dedicated to promoting transparency, accountability and integrity at all levels of the U.S. tax system, while researching and developing simple and innovative tax reform solutions to advance freedom and prosperity for all Americans. TRI was created to solve – not manage – problems in our tax system, in pursuit of the freedom and prosperity of all... Read More →


Friday July 15, 2016 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Sunset 3/4

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