As the U.S. celebrated another Constitution Day on Sept. 17, Frank Donatelli, McGuireWoods Consulting executive vice president and director, reflected on a speech given by President Ronald Reagan 31 years ago, on the 200th anniversary of the ratification of the Constitution.Read more...
Robert Wasinger, senior vice president on McGuireWoods Consulting’s federal public affairs team, was quoted in a Sept. 17 cover story by CQ Magazine.
Was Policy Fellow for House Oversight and Government Reform CommitteeRead more...
Greg Walden, partner at McGuireWoods and senior advisor with McGuireWoods Consulting, recently discussed legal concerns, ethical considerations and policy around autonomous vehicles with the Corporate Counsel Business Journal.Read more...
In a Sept. 10 opinion piece for The Hill, McGuireWoods Consulting executive vice president and director, Frank Donatelli, compares the upcoming midterm elections and modern politics to a heavyweight fight.Read more...
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Five members of McGuireWoods Consulting’s Atlanta office were recognized in the James Magazine’s 2018 “Top Lobbyist” issue.
This Week: Labor-HHS funding approved by Senate in “minibus”; Grassley looks at nursing home data on preventable errors; FDA announces penalties for researchers if false or partial data submitted; “Public Charge” rule proposed.
Your weekly North Carolina political news report.
The Raleigh office sends thoughts and prayers across the state of North Carolina in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence. While we may not know the full extent of the storm's impact for weeks, know that we are here to serve in whatever way that we can. We wish everyone a successful recovery and safe travels during this time.
Governor Cooper has called a special session for October 9. The General Assembly says it is prepared to take up matters pertaining to disaster relief funds.
This Week: Advent of 5G Attracts Increased Attention from Policymakers | Senate Homeland Security Committee Examines Evolving Threats | FTC Kicks Off Hearings on Competition and Consumer Protection in the 21st Century | Credit Card Companies, Banks Reach Settlement in Decade-Long Swipe Fee Dispute
The 86th Texas legislative session begins in January 2019. State lawmakers plan to examine the competitive nature of Texas’ retail electric system and address several issues related to the state’s wind energy market.
This Week: Labor-HHS Appropriations conference comes to agreement; hospitals sue over 340B implementation delay; Senate delays votes on opioids and gag clause because of hurricane; Maryland files suit to declare ACA constitutional
The Raleigh office could potentially lose power due to the impact from Hurricane Florence. If so, we will respond back to you as soon as possible. We wish safe travels to everyone evacuating from the storm and successful recovery after the storm.
An overview of the upcoming week in Congress from the McGuireWoods Consulting Federal Public Affairs Team.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) recently proposed to expand its site-neutral payment policy to clinic visits.
The House of Representatives approved the first major change to federal regulation of the over-the-counter drug industry in 40 years.
The House Ways and Means Committee passed several measures to expand tax-advantaged health savings accounts (HSA).
An overview of the upcoming week in Congress from the McGuireWoods Consulting Tax Policy Update Team.