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, Talk 107.3
Radio: Mornings with Brian Haldane: Philip Rosetti
Philip Rossetti

From Talk 107.3:

Senior Fellow for Energy and the Environment at R Street Philip Rosetti joined the show to discuss the cancelling of the Keystone Pipeline.

He points out that “looking at any…

Courtney Joslin

When: January 25, 3:00-4:00pm ET
Where: Zoom webinar
Who:

Moderator: Naomi Lopez-Bauman, Director of Healthcare Policy, Goldwater Institute

Panelists:

Dr. Jeffrey Singer, Visiting…

, FreedomWorks
Budget Reconciliation and a Business-Crippling Minimum Wage Increase
James Wallner

From FreedomWorks:

It’s true that the Senate parliamentarian would make recommendations on what needs to come out of a bill governed under the rules of budget reconciliation. However, as James…

Steps Congress can Take to Reassert its War, Spending and Emergency Powers in the 117th Congress
Anthony Marcum

Press release: A Path for Congress to Reassert its War, Spending and Emergency Powers in the 117th Congress

Image credit: ItzaVU

A Path for Congress to Reassert its War, Spending and Emergency Powers in the 117th Congress
Corinne Day

WASHINGTON (January 27, 2021)—The continued minimization of Congress’s institutional role leads to an out-of-balance reliance on other parts of our government. In a new policy study, R Street…

Why we aren’t taking a position on President Biden’s Senate nominations
Eli Lehrer

Over the next few weeks, a great deal of news coverage will center around President Joe Biden’s Senate nominations. They will doubtless result in at least a few bitter confirmation battles in the…

, The Bulwark Podcast
Podcast: Jonathan Chait and James Wallner on Filibusters and Impeachments
James Wallner

From The Bulwark Podcast:

On today’s Bulwark podcast, Jonathan Chait and James Wallner join Charlie Sykes to talk about the future of the filibuster in a divided Senate, and what the…

, The Dispatch
China Eyes Reunification With Taiwan
Tatyana Bolton & Mary Brooks

On the same day that violent Trump supporters took over the U.S. Capitol, a different kind of crisis was playing out on the other side of the world. Police in Hong Kong arrested more than 50…

Ohio Legislature fails to act
Mike Haugh

As the calendar moved from 2020 to 2021, the Ohio Legislature chose not to act on the corruption that tarnished the State. If a $60 million bribery scandal doesn’t motivate the House and Senate to…

The Capitol Insurrection and Pineapples on Pizza
Paul Rosenzweig

The events of January 6th will echo in American history for years to come. While other essays in this special edition may focus on root causes of the insurrection or legal issues relating to the…