Nation's governors are headed for Seattle
March 25, 2004
Seattle, WA - Gov. Gary Locke and Mayor Greg Nickels yesterday announced plans to hold the 2004 National Governors' Association Annual Meeting in Seattle July 17-19.
The association, which first met in 1908, provides the governors with a bipartisan forum to help shape and implement national policy and to solve state problems.
The meeting typically includes governors of nearly all 50 states plus U.S. commonwealths and territories. In addition, the president of the United States is invited, and about 1,200 others representing business, industry, federal and local governments as well as national and local journalists are expected to attend.
For news from the National Governor's Association website: http://www.nga.org/
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