NPR National Political Correspondent Mara Liasson Keynotes Hospital Advocacy Event

Apr 04 2018
Carson Ingle

NPR national political correspondent Mara Liasson is one of America's top thought leaders. She was able to share her own angle on the current politics of healthcare as the keynote speaker at the Wisconsin Hospital Association's Advocacy Day. 

The event brought over 1,000 hospital leaders and employees to Madison on March 21. In addition to hearing from Liasson, several state politicians also spoke. 

State Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch was the luncheon keynote speaker. There was then an afternoon meeting with elected officials that over 600 people attended. 

Liasson can regularly be heard giving reports on top NPR newsmagazine shows like Morning Edition and All Things Considered. Her focus is on Congress and the White House. 

Liasson has covered seven presidential elections. She was previously NPR's White House correspondent during the eight years of the Clinton Administration. 

Liasson originally joined NPR as a general assignment reporter in 1985 and also spent four years as their congressional correspondent. She is a three-time winner of the White House Correspondents Association's Merriman Smith Award. 

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