MDF Launches “Stewardship Series” in Texas with Bush, Crenshaw, Roy

Updated: Feb 9, 2021

AUSTIN, TX — With the national debt approaching $29 trillion and projected to double the size of the American economy as millennials approach retirement, the Millennial Debt Foundation (MDF) convened generational Texas leaders to discuss the future of the American economy. The first program of the Stewardship Series was hosted virtually alongside coalition partners, Texas Public Policy Foundation (TPPF) and Americans for Prosperity-Texas (AFP-TX.) Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush, Congressman Dan Crenshaw, Congressman Chip Roy, TPPF Executive Director and Stand Together VP Akash Chougule all participated with MDF founder Weston Wamp serving as the emcee.

The full video of the one-hour digital event is below.



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