Tomorrow, Bill Clinton is dropping by the National Constitution Center tomorrow, thirteen years after leading its groundbreaking ceremony. The festivities won’t be so festive this time around. Clinton, who has become increasingly wonky in the last few years, will participate in a “National Dialogue” on the fiscal crises that states have faced since the recession. More specifically, the forum will focus on how states can work with Washington while working within our government’s system of federalism, which, if you’re looking for an especially exciting reason to go, was basically invented here. [Daily News]
Correction: This post originally stated that this was Clinton’s first visit since 2000. He has in fact been to the NCC many times since then and served on the Board of Trustees from 2009-2012.