, NexStar TV
Jarrett Dieterle on easing restrictions on alcohol during Covid-19
C. Jarrett Dieterle

From NexStar TV:

Jarrett Dieterle discusses easing restrictions on alcohol during Covid-19 with Trevor Shirley.

, American Viewpoints
Podcast: R Street Institute’s Lars Trautman On Prosecutorial Discretion and Reforms
Lars Trautman

From American Viewpoints:

The R Street Institute’s Lars Trautman discusses his recent op-ed, “It’s Not Anti-Law-And-Order To Back Prosecutorial Reform”.

, Urbane Cowboys
Podcast: Episode 90: Saving Grandma or the Economy with Robert Verbruggen
Josiah Neeley

From Urbane Cowboys:

Robert Verbruggen, National Review policy writer, rejoins the show to discuss whether saving the economy requires putting the elderly and vulnerable at risk.


, The Federalist Society
Podcast: Deep Dive Episode 98 –Regulatory Reforms and the COVID Pandemic
Shoshana Weissmann

Governments at all levels are figuring out how to make sure sick people are treated and that coronavirus doesn’t spread. Some experts are now drawing attention to possible regulatory reforms, as…

, Underscored Podcast
Podcast: Covid-19 and deregulating all the things ft. Shoshana Wesissmann
Shoshana Weissmann

From Underscored Podcast:

Why are Federal agencies rushing to remove regulatory barriers in multiple sectors of the economy during the Coronavirus scare? It could be because what advocates of…

Event: COVID-19 Resources and Women’s HerStory Month Panel Discussion
Shoshana Weissmann

From Brooklyn Young Republican Club:

We might be isolated and #SocialDistancing, But it is STILL #WomensHistoryMonth! Advancing HerStory Panel feat. Republican Women for Progress Co-founder…

, The Federalist Society
Podcast: Tech Roundup Episode 8 – The Future of Facial Recognition
Caleb Watney

From The Federalist Society:

In this episode, Matthew Feeney hosts a discussion with Ashkhen Kazaryan and Caleb Watney on the approach regulators might take to the brave new world of facial…

Presentation: PURPA: A Time to Reform or Reduce Its Role?
Devin Hartman

The Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act (PURPA) of 1978 has become largely irrelevant in states that joined competitive wholesale electricity markets over the last two decades. However, it remains…

, The Remnant
Podcast: Twitter Primadonna
Shoshana Weissmann

From The Remnant:

Shoshana Weissmann is a Renaissance woman, and only at age 27: she’s the head of digital media at R Street Institute, a policy fellow specializing in occupational licensing,…

, Newsy
Jarrett Dieterle on Delivery Industry Expanding Contract Workers during Covid-19
C. Jarrett Dieterle

From Newsy:

Jarrett Dieterle discusses how the delivery industry is expanding contract workers during Covid-19 in response to high demands on Newsy’s The Why.