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Congressional Study Group: Why the Debt Ceiling Matters

Wednesday, October 13, 2021 at 7:00pm

Virtual Event

Join the Institute of Politics and Global Affairs at Cornell University as we welcome Rep. John Yarmuth and Prof. Michael Dorf moderated by Rep. Steve Israel, director of the Institute of Politics and Global Affairs, Cornell University, former U.S. Representative (D-NY).

Congress has just agreed to a short term extension of the debt ceiling through December - postponing but not resolving the latest crisis. According to the Department of the Treasury, failing to increase the debt limit would have catastrophic economic consequences. It would cause the government to default on legal obligations and unprecedented events in American history. This congressional study group will bring together the Chairman of the House Budget Committee and a Cornell faculty expert, providing enlightening insight on the politics, law, and economic dynamics surrounding the debt ceiling.

The Institute of Politics and Global Affairs is a non-partisan institute dedicated to elevating public discourse and stimulating civic engagement.

Dial-In Information

https://cornell.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_oxpae_JmTDeqJv_pnXpSiQ

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Webinar

Departments

Government, Global Cornell, Institute of Politics and Global Affairs

Tags

cascal, government, ILR, ILR School, Global Cornell, govtcal, ILR Student Events, ILR OUTREACH

Website

https://cornell.zoom.us/webinar/regis...

Hashtag

#IOPGAcornell

Contact E-Mail

ema97@cornell.edu

Contact Name

Emily Anderson

Speaker

Rep. John Yarmuth, Prof. Michael Dorf

Dept. Web Site

iopga.cornell.edu

Open To

This event is open to current members of the Institute of Politics and Global Affairs and the Cornell community. Non-Members may be considered based on availability.

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