Your registration for or attendance to this event signifies your agreement to the following terms and conditions. Every person who attends this event must register in advance of being admitted. VALID PHOTO ID MAY BE REQUIRED FOR REGISTRATION AND ADMISSION.
Members of the General Public are invited to attend this event as part of The Heritage Foundation’s commitment to promote reasoned discussion and understanding of important public policy issues. If you wish to accept our invitation to attend the event, you shall be expected to conduct yourself to our standards for the courtesy and respect for every speaker and the other guests in the audience. This may include, but is not limited to, restricting the amount of time you may speak, or when you may ask questions, limiting any materials such as signs or recording devices you may bring into the event, or otherwise engaging in any conduct that is disruptive to the event. The Heritage Foundation reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to deny admission to anyone who, while our guest and on the premises of the event, may not conduct themselves with the courtesy and decorum our organization requires. The Heritage Foundation reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to physically remove from the premises any person who is violating our standards of conduct. The premises of the event shall be defined by The Heritage Foundation in consultation with the owner of the venue and local law enforcement. This policy applies to anyone who may attend the event without registering. This policy also applies to anyone who is responsible for bringing another person to the event who later violates this policy.
BY REGISTERING FOR OR ATTENDING THIS EVENT, YOU AGREE THAT THE HERITAGE FOUNDATION ASSUMES NO LIABILITY FOR INJURY, DAMAGE OR LOSS WHICH MAY BE RELATED IN ANY WAY TO ITS IMPLEMENTATION OF THIS POLICY.
Additional provisions to this policy may apply pursuant to our agreement with the owner of the facility of the event. Any person who is removed may be subject to arrest or detention by authorities for violation of this policy or the codes of the jurisdiction of the event. Nothing in this policy is designed to censor anyone’s speech or conduct on public property.
The Heritage Foundation reserves the right to (1) restrict or prohibit audio or video recording and/or transmission of the event, or the taking of photographs during the event, and (2) remove anyone conducting unauthorized recording or photography. Any person who conducts unauthorized recording or photography hereby transfers ownership of any recording device used to make an unauthorized recording, and any unauthorized recording of the event (tape, CD, or other medium) to The Heritage Foundation, and agrees to give possession of all recording devices used, and all copies of any such unauthorized recording, to The Heritage Foundation before he leaves its premises.
Anyone who is removed for any reason may be arrested and subject to both criminal charges and a civil lawsuit.
All packages, bags, and other containers are subject to search, and may be required to be stored during the event.