The Economics of Medical Licensing & the War on Drugs

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Celebrate the Life of Dr. Friedman With LOTR!

Liberty on the Rocks is pleased to invite you to join us for Friedman Legacy for Freedom Day! This annual, international event provides fans of Milton Friedman and lovers of liberty the opportunity to learn about free market ideas, and to celebrate the impact they had on our country and the world.

To celebrate the philosophy of liberty and to honor Dr. Friedman on what would have been his 100th birthday, Liberty on the Rocks is hosting an educational event complete with networking, cocktails and appetizers, and rousing discussions from two local liberty advocates and experts.

The War on Drugs

What did Dr. Friedman think about the War on Drugs? Hear from local lawyer and liberty activist David K. Williams, Jr., who will share the views espoused by Milton Friedman on this critically important subject.

Medical Licensing

Throughout his career, Dr. Friedman was adamant about the need for ending medical licensing of doctors. Hear from local radiologist and liberty activist Dr. Paul Hsieh to learn about Milton’s view on this topic, and the economic and moral reasons behind his crusade.

When: Tuesday, July 31 from 5:30-7:30pm
Where: TBD

To RSVP, email amanda@libertyontherocks.org

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About our Speakers:

Paul Hsieh, MD, is a practicing diagnostic radiologist in the south Denver metro area. He received his BS in mathematics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and his MD from the University of Michigan, and has served on the faculty at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, MO. Dr. Hsieh is also a founding member of Freedom and Individual Rights in Medicine (FIRM).

David K. Williams, Jr. is former state chair of the Colorado Libertarian Party, and Executive Director of the Gadsden Society of Colorado. He is a personal injury lawyer who owns and operates the Williams Law Office in Denver, CO.

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