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Associated Press Daybook-Next-Tuesday-General for Tuesday, Dec. 20.

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Tuesday, Dec. 20 9:00 AM Brookings debate on whether crypto should be regulated - 'Should crypto be regulated by the federal government?' Brookings Hutchins Center on Fiscal and Monetary Policy debate, with speakers University of Pennsylvania Wharton School associate professor Peter Conti-Brown, and Brandeis International Business School Rosen Family Chair in International Finance Stephen Cecchetti

Location: Virtual Event

Weblinks: http://www.brookings.edu, https://twitter.com/BrookingsInst, #ValueChain

Contacts: Brookings Institution, events@brookings.edu, 1 202 797 6105; Brookings Institution, media@brookings.edu, 1 202 797 6197;


Tuesday, Dec. 20 10:00 AM Hudson Institute discussion on upcoming Nigerian election - 'Understanding Nigeria's Pivotal 2023 Election' Hudson Institute discussion on the upcoming Nigerian presidential election and 'what implications this election will have for West Africa.' Speakers include Centre for Democracy and Development Senior Fellow Jibrin Ibrahim, 'Nigeria's Fourth Republic' author Dr Michael Nwankpa, and HumAngle Armed Violence Reporter and Assistant Editor Murtala Abdullahi

Location: Virtual Event

Weblinks: http://www.hudson.org, https://twitter.com/HudsonInstitute

Contacts: Hudson Institute, info@hudson.org, 1 202 974 2400


Tuesday, Dec. 20 2:30 PM BPC discussion on Medicaid Buy-In for Workers with Disabilities programs - 'Improving the Medicaid Buy-In for Workers with Disabilities' Bipartisan Policy Center discussion on 'the value of Medicaid Buy-In for Workers with Disabilities programs, implementation challenges, and BPC's policy recommendations to improve opportunities for workers with disabilities.' Participants include Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Senior Policy Adviser Kathy Hempstead, Consultant Annette Shea, Brandeis University Community Living Policy Center Policy Director Henry Claypool, Kansas Department of Health and Energy Working Healthy Director Nancy Scott and The Arc Minnesota Equity and Justice Director Brittanie Hernandez-Wilson

Location: Virtual Event

Weblinks: http://www.bipartisanpolicy.org, https://twitter.com/BPC_Bipartisan

Contacts: BPC, bipartisaninfo@bipartisanpolicy.org, 1 202 204 2400