As the spate of August town halls comes to an end, The Village Square offers a new twist on the health care debate by serving it up with dinner, adding civility, diversity of opinion and fact checking on the side.
"Take 2 Aspirin, Fix Health Care & Call Me in the Morning" is the first in The Village Square's new season "The Year of Living Dangerously." Other dinners include "Global Warming, Cap & Trade, Dollars & Sense," "On Taxation & Tea Parties," and "Here I am Stuck in the Culture War with You.
The panel features Dr. Ray Bellamy of Physicians for a National Health Plan; John Hogan, President and CEO of Capital Health Plan; Mark O'Bryant, President and CEO of Tallahassee Memorial; Dr. Jill Quadagno of Florida State's Pepper Institute on Aging and Public Policy and Dr. William Weissert of FSU's Department of Political Science. The panel represents the range of opinion on the current legislative debate.
This program is part of the "Dinner at the Square" season The Year of Living Dangerously: Tackling America's Big Ugly Partisan Controversies. Find information about the season generally and the other dinner programs HERE.
Take 2 Aspirin, Fix Health Care & Call Me in the Morning
Tuesday, September 15 2009
St. John's Episcopal Church
(optional discussion with panelists until 8:30pm)
Chicken Jolie Blonde (Tender chicken breasts, lightly breaded & pan seared, topped with black pepper Parmesan basil cream sauce and artichoke hearts.)
Creamy Sweet Corn Grits
Harry's Caesar Salad
Bread and Butter
Harry's Veggie Pasta
Coffee, tea, lemonade
Kahlua and Praline Brownies
Key Lime Bar
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