REGISTER: Gov. Steve Bullock hosts WGA Annual Meeting June 26-28 in Montana

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Whitefish Montana Street sceneWestern Governors’ Association Chair and Montana Gov. Steve Bullock will host his colleagues June 26-28, 2017, at the WGA Annual Meeting in beautiful Whitefish, Montana.

Register now to hear Gov. Bullock and his fellow Western Governors in public discussions on the most significant issues facing the West, including energy grid security, the future of autonomous vehicles, and the Western Governors' National Forest and Rangeland Management Initiative.

As Montana is the only state to share a border with three Canadian provinces (British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan), the meeting will include a session on the Canadian-U.S. relationship that will take place less than a week before Canada's 150th Anniversary celebration.

Conrad AnkerConrad AnkerKeynotes will be delivered by influential public opinion pollster Frank Luntz and acclaimed alpinist Conrad Anker. Luntz, the "Focus Group Czar” for Fox News and a CBS News contributor, will kick off the second day of the meeting on Tuesday, June 27. Anker, the internationally acclaimed mountaineer who has summited Mt. Everest three times, will speak later that same day.

The meeting will begin around noon on Monday, June 26, and conclude by noon on Wednesday, June 28. All meeting sessions will be held at the Whitefish Performing Arts Center.

See the Agenda, Register for the 2017 Annual Meeting.

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