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The Reconciliation Process and Tax Reform: Background and Frequently Asked Questions

USA - November 9 2017 For the second time this year, Congress intends to use the so-called “reconciliation” process to pass substantive legislation. Despite its buzzword...

Chelsea Gold, Darryl Nirenberg.

Demystifying Reconciliation: Understanding the Process, Its Benefits, and Its Limitations

USA - March 17 2017 The so-called "reconciliation" process on Capitol Hill is soon to play a central role for many of the legislative priorities of the new Congress...

Chelsea Gold, Darryl Nirenberg.

One Week Until the 2016 Election - Public Policy Implications

USA - November 2 2016 Today marks the beginning of the last week of the 2016 presidential election cycle. About 26 million people have already voted through early voting...

Micah S. Green, Matthew Kulkin, Cameron Arterton, Richard Shilts, Michael V. Dunn, Grace Kim, Robert Rizzi, Carolyn Walsh, Luis G. Fortuño, Mara C. Giorgio, John T. Collins, Lisa M. Zarlenga, Philip R. West, Scott A. Sinder, Amanda Pedvin Varma, Jason Abel.

How the 2016 Election Will Affect Public Policy Developments - Part III

USA - October 20 2016 Last night’s presidential debate was the last of the three events featuring the candidates together to discuss their respective visions for the...

Alexis J. Early, Micah S. Green, Matthew Kulkin, Cameron Arterton, Richard Shilts, Michael V. Dunn, Grace Kim, Robert Rizzi, Carolyn Walsh, Luis G. Fortuño, Mara C. Giorgio, John T. Collins, Lisa M. Zarlenga, Philip R. West, Scott A. Sinder, Amanda Pedvin Varma, Pablo M. Bentes, Jason Abel.

How the 2016 Election Will Impact Public Policy Developments - Part II

USA - October 11 2016 Sunday night’s presidential debate was the second of three opportunities for Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton to make their case directly to the...

Alexis J. Early, Micah S. Green, Matthew Kulkin, Cameron Arterton, Richard Shilts, Michael V. Dunn, Robert Rizzi, Carolyn Walsh, Luis G. Fortuño, John T. Collins, Lisa M. Zarlenga, Meredith Rathbone, Philip R. West, Scott A. Sinder, Amanda Pedvin Varma, Jason Abel.