Peter G. Peterson Foundation and POLITICO Present "Morning Money" Breakfast Briefing, Featuring House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer

Sep 16, 2013

NEW YORK — Kicking off the fall fiscal discussion, The Peter G. Peterson Foundation and POLITICO are teaming up again to present the Morning Money Breakfast Briefing, hosted by POLITICO’s Chief Economic Correspondent, Ben White. Congressman Steny Hoyer, the House Democratic Whip and a key leader on fiscal issues, will share his perspective on the range of challenges facing Congress this fall. The breakfast takes place on Tuesday, September 17 at 8:00am, at The Mayflower in Washington.

With the Congressional Budget Office scheduled to release its annual long-term budget outlook on Tuesday, the Breakfast Briefing will provide a preview of the fiscal policies that will take center stage this fall. The conversation will feature in-depth discussion on our most pressing fiscal challenges, including debt-ceiling negotiations, the FY2014 Appropriations process, the sequester and tax reform. Earlier this year, The Peter G. Peterson Foundation and POLITICO joined together for the inaugural Morning Money Breakfast Briefing featuring Senator Rob Portman (R-OH).

For more information and to RSVP for this briefing, go to POLITICO’s Morning Money Breakfast Briefing page. Additionally, the discussion will be webcast live at:

Questions for Ben White and Congressman Hoyer can be tweeted using: #MorningMoney.

The Peter G. Peterson Foundation recently created an infographic highlighting the critical fiscal challenges facing the 113th Congress as it returns from summer break. It can be viewed online here.

About the Peter G. Peterson Foundation
The Peter G. Peterson Foundation is a non-profit, non-partisan organization established by Pete Peterson — businessman, philanthropist and former U.S. Secretary of Commerce. The Foundation is dedicated to increasing public awareness of the nature and urgency of key long-term fiscal challenges threatening America's future and to accelerating action on them. To address these challenges successfully, we work to bring Americans together to find and implement sensible, long-term solutions that transcend age, party lines and ideological divides in order to achieve real results. To learn more, please visit

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