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New Young Guns Issue Group to Host First Event Next Month

The YG Network, a new center-right issues advocacy group, is hosting its first event next month and it features Republican Young Guns, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor and Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy.  

The "YG Network Summit: Economic Growth and Job Creation in the 21st Century" on Feb. 6  will feature Cantor, McCarthy, former AOL chief executive Steve Case and other CEOs in a discussion on how to drive business growth. 

"Sustained economic growth that creates jobs is the most important challenge facing America right now. This summit, the first in a series of YG Network events, is designed to bring together business leaders and policymakers to discuss solutions that result in a more dynamic, pro-growth, innovation-based economy that gets people back to work," YG Network president John Murray said. 
Murray, a former senior Cantor staffer, left the majority leader's office last fall to launch YG Network and its sister super PAC, the YG Action Fund, designed to promote center-right policies and candidates. Both groups can raise unlimited money, but as an issue advocacy organization, YG Network does not have to disclose its donors. 

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