BCFC to Release Key Vote Ratings October 28 at the National Press Club

Oct 26, 2010, 16:40 ET from Business Coalition for Fair Competition

Media Event Advisory: Thursday, October 28, 2010, 10:00 AM, Zenger Room, National Press Club

WASHINGTON, Oct. 26 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Business Coalition for Fair Competition (BCFC) will host a news event Thursday, October 28 at 10:00am in the Zenger Room of the National Press Club.

BCFC will release a publication of key Congressional votes highlighting government competition with the private sector and the expansion of government at the expense of the private sector. The publication will cover 10 House and 10 Senate votes from the 111th Congress centered on insourcing; government takeovers of healthcare and student loans; new Federal programs that compete with and duplicate capabilities in the private sector; legislation decreasing government reliance on the private sector; and Federal property ownership.

Speakers will include:

John M. Palatiello, President, Business Coalition for Fair Competition (BCFC)

David Denholm, President, Public Service Research Foundation (PSRF)

Larry Hart, Director of Government Relations, The American Conservative Union (ACU)

F. Vincent Vernuccio, Labor Policy Counsel, Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI)

Dino Teppara, Chairman, Indian American Conservative Council (IACC)

Hadley Heath, Policy Analyst, Independent Women's Forum (IWF)

Victor S. Parra, President, United Motorcoach Association (UMA)

John Byrd, Government Affairs Manager, MAPPS

We look forward to seeing you there.  RSVP in advance.


Nick Palatiello

Marketing Communications Manager

Business Coalition for Fair Competition (BCFC)




The Business Coalition for Fair Competition (BCFC) is a national coalition of businesses, associations, taxpayer organizations and think tanks that are committed to reducing all forms of unfair government created, sponsored and provided competition with the private sector. BCFC believes the free enterprise system is the most productive and efficient provider of goods and services and strongly supports the Federal government utilizing the private sector for commercially available products and services to the maximum extent possible.

SOURCE Business Coalition for Fair Competition