Meeting the needs of the region's cultural and entertainment assets: Public Policy Forum President Rob Henken and Marquette Law School Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Prof. Matt Parlow—Should additional public dollars be used to fund quality-of-life amenities, such as the Milwaukee Symphony, county parks and transit options? If so, how much money is needed, and where does it come from? Join Public Policy Forum President Henken and Prof. Parlow as they unveil a new, interactive website designed to enhance citizen input in the current conversation about key community assets. The website, a joint project of the Law School and PPF, gives users the opportunity to choose for themselves how to pay for the region's cultural and entertainment needs. During their appearance at Eckstein Hall, Henken and Parlow will discuss the idea behind the interactive website, how the site can be used, and what they hope the simulation will accomplish.