Brown University’s “No Labels” Aims to Bring Democrats & Republicans Together
Thursday, November 29, 2018
Brown University Senior Alex Santangelo joined GoLocal News Editor Kate Nagle on GoLocal LIVE, where he spoke to the "No Labels" organization at the university.
On Thursday, November 30 at 6 p.m, No Labels at Brown and the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs will host a policy discussion between student representatives of the Brown College Democrats and Brown Republicans.
The event will be moderated by Brown University Professor of Public Policy Bob Hackey, an expert in the field of health care policy.
Students from both the Brown College Democrats and Brown Republicans will present their perspectives on four main policy areas; national security, health care, immigration, and elections.
"The vibrant discussion will shed light on potential avenues for bipartisanship at both Brown and the national level," said Santangelo, who noted the event is open to the public -- and that pizza will be served.
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