Weston Roundtable: Joel Rogers
Taking the High Road in U. S. Cities and States
Thursday, September 28, 2017
High-road policy and governance promotes shared prosperity, environmental sustainability, and efficient democratic government. Building high-road cities, metropolitan regions, and states is good for citizens; it can move the national dialogue toward progressive policy solutions and focuses on sharing policy and governance. Elected officials are taking the lead on pressing social issues — climate change, infrastructure, economic revitalization, health care, criminal justice, and more.