Why Gridlock Rules Washington and How We Can Solve This Crisis
A bipartisan lecture with former Congressmen David Jolly (R-FL) and Patrick Murphy (D-FL)
This conversation will be moderated by Abby Wood, USC Gould
Hyper-partisan politics. Entrenched gridlock in Washington. Can Americans find common ground on the most pressing issues we face as a nation? Jolly and Murphy believe we can. They will pull the curtain back on how we got here and shine a light on the inside reasons why Washington has fallen into stalemate and dysfunction. They discuss opportunities for bipartisan leadership and how to build political consensus.
Even in times of disagreement on solutions, those disagreements need not divide us.
This event is co-sponsored in part by the Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy at Florida International University’s Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
When visiting USC, please allot extra time for arrival, parking, finding the venue, and event check-in. Campus maps are available at parking kiosks. Several parking structures are available. On-campus parking is $12 per car. For parking information, go to: http://web-app.usc.edu/maps/.
We recommend the McCarthy Way Parking Structure at the intersection of Figueroa Street & USC McCarthy Way (seen in the image below at the map pin). There will be a short walk to Lewis Hall (at the star on the map below).