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This Week in Entrepreneurship Policy

on April 23, 2012 Source: Policy Dialogue on Entrepreneurship

Another quiet week is in store in the Senate while the House tackles international patent issues, rising energy costs for small business and the impact of the Report on Carcinogens from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Off the Hill, Senators Moran and Warner talk about the Start-up Act at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars while the Cato Institute ponders ‘Is Immigration Good for America?’

  • How the Report on Carcinogens Uses Science to Meet its Statutory Obligations, and its Impact on Small Business Jobs
    House Committee on Science, Space and Technology
    House Committee on Small Business
    2318 Rayburn HOB
    Wednesday, April 25
    10:00 am

  • International Patent Issues: Promoting a Level Playing Field for American Industry Abroad
    House Committee on the Judiciary
    Subcommittee on Intellectual Property, Competition and the Internet
    2141 Rayburn HOB
    Thursday, April 26
    10:00 am

  • Increased Electricity Costs for American Families and Small Businesses
    House Committee on Natural Resources
    1324 Longworth HOB
    Thursday, April 26
    10:00 am

  • Small Business Innovators: On the Cutting Edge of Energy Solutions
    House Committee on Small Business
    Subcommittee on Agriculture, Energy and Trade
    2360 Rayburn HOB
    Thursday, April 26
    10:00 am

  • No relevant hearings currently scheduled

  • The Start-up Act: Building America's Entrepreneurial Future
    Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
    6th Floor, Woodrow Wilson Center (1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW)
    Tuesday, April 24
    9:00 am

  • Is Immigration Good for America?
    Cato Institute
    1000 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
    Thursday, April 26
    1:00 pm

Category:  Capitol Hill 

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