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GCP Annual Meeting is sold out!
Thanks to our sponsors and members for your support of the 2014 Greater Cleveland Partnership Annual Meeting to be held Wednesday, April 2 from 4 to 7:15 p.m. at the Cleveland Convention Center. We’re very pleased that the event has sold out!
We’re looking forward to an exciting and informative program that includes keynote speaker Governor John Kasich and presentation of the Commission on Economic Inclusion Best-in-Class Awards for exemplary achievement in board, senior management, workforce and supplier diversity. Click here
for more information on our speaker, sponsors and program.
GCP advocating to keep increased funding for NASA Glenn
In this week’s "GCP Insight" video series, Nick Gattozzi, GCP’s vice president, government advocacy, discusses the economic impact of the NASA Glenn Research Center on the region and state and how GCP will continue to advocate for optimum funding levels for the Center's space technology programs.
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State capital budget request seeks funding for waterfront development projects
Learn about the waterfront access projects that the GCP is recommending for funding through the State Capital Bill in a conversation with Marty McGann, GCP’s vice president, state and local government advocacy, and “GCP Insight” host Lesic & Camper Vice President Steve Luttner.
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Governor Kasich to be keynote speaker at GCP Annual Meeting
We’re pleased to announce that Governor John Kasich will be the keynote speaker at the 2014 Greater Cleveland Partnership Annual Meeting
to be held Wednesday, April 2 from 4:00 to 7:15 p.m. at the Cleveland Convention Center.
Since his election in 2010, Governor Kasich has focused on strengthening the state's economy and providing opportunities for all Ohioans. Many of his top achievements align with the GCP’s top priorities including Cleveland and statewide school reform plans, highway funding reform, including funding for the Opportunity Corridor, and healthcare funding for more low-income and working poor Ohioans.
Speaking out for immigration reform
GCP has joined more than 600 business organizations from around the country in signing a letter to House Speaker John Boehner, Majority Leader Eric Cantor, Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy and Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris-Rodgers in support of immigration reform.
The letter said that the undersigned “ are encouraged by the House Republican Conference’s review of “Standards for Immigration Reform.” We support Congress and the Administration moving forward on immigration reform using these Standards as the guideposts for action this year."