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**Media Advisory** LIBRE to Host “More Liberty, More Jobs” Panel and Policy Luncheon
Keynote by Lieutenant Governor John Sanchez
Las Cruces, NM - The Libre Initiative (LIBRE) will host the “More Jobs, More Liberty" Panel and Policy Luncheon on Friday, August 17 at the Las Cruces Homebuilders Association in New Mexico. In the midst of growing unemployment across the country, LIBRE is focused on educating Hispanics, one of the communities most affected, on how economic liberty spurs job creation. Community leaders and local business owners will initiate the conversation providing real life examples on how regulations impact their local business followed by keynote remarks from Lieutenant Governor John Sanchez. The LIBRE Initiative, New Mexico Business Coalition, and Americans for Prosperity have partnered to make this event possible.
Keynote: John Sanchez, Lt. Governor of New Mexico Panelists: Santiago Soto, Owner of itsQuest Inc. Deacon Tom Baca, Executive Director of the Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Las Cruces Steve Chavira, Managing Director of the Building Industry of Southern New Mexico Erin Jefferies, Career Service of Vista College “More Liberty, More Jobs” Panel and Policy Luncheon to analyze the current regulations that are impacting local businesses. To create awareness in our community on how excessive government interference hinders economic growth and prosperity. Friday, August 17, 2012 Time: 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Las Cruces Homebuilders Association
2825 North Main Street Las Cruces, NM 88001 For more information on the event, please contact LIBRE’s field representative in Las Cruces, David Montes at (575) 202-6395. ###
About the LIBRE Initiative The LIBRE Initiative (LIBRE) is a nonprofit nonpartisan 501(c)(4) organization headquartered in South Texas. LIBRE’s mission is to advance economic freedom and increase prosperity by promoting free enterprise, personal responsibility, and a more constitutionally limited government. We envision a prosperous U.S. Hispanic/Latino community contributing directly to building a renewed and free American economy. For more information, please visit: www.LIBREinitiative.com or www.LIBREprospero.com. Connect with us via social media on Facebook at The LIBRE Initiative and Twitter @LIBREInitiative. Subscribe to Be LIBRE Daily alerts and the LIBRE Forum enewsletter.