U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan is coming back.
Ryan, a Wisconsin Republican and chair of the House budget committee, is slated to keynote a Center of the American Experiment fundraiser on March 17.
The former vice presidential candidate was scheduled to appear at a
September fundraiser for the group but canceled that visit when he was called to Washington for congressional business.
Tickets for a private roundtable with Ryan run $5,000. A noon luncheon is priced at $100 per person.
Columnist George Will will appear at the group's
May fundraising dinner.
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