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Newt Gingrich, Conservative Leaders Speak with Students

Washington, DC
Friday, July 27, 2012

The Clare Booth Luce Policy Institute hosted a discussion on Conservative leadership with Newt Gingrich, Mary Katharine Ham, Kate Obenshain and Star Parker, as part of it's annual Capitol Hill Seminar for students spending the summer in Washington.

The discussion focused on current events, such as the Supreme Court's upholding of the healthcare mandate and the so-called war on women that has played a large role in political discussion this year.

The Institute focuses on conservative womens' issues and seeks to promote conservative women to leadership positions in politics, business and academics.

Updated: Friday, July 27, 2012 at 4:34pm (ET)

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