Randal J. Meyer, who recently joined McGuireWoods Consulting as a senior vice president for federal government affairs and McGuireWoods law firm as counsel in Washington, co-authored a Nov. 22 op-ed column published in The Wall Street Journal.
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Randal J. Meyer has joined McGuireWoods Consulting as senior vice president in the firm’s federal public affairs team in Washington, D.C.
On Thursday, Nov. 8, McGuireWoods Consulting senior advisor, Frank Donatelli, participated in an event hosted by the Smithsonian Associates in Washington, D.C., “What the Midterm Elections Reveal About America.”
In a Nov. 9 Law360 article, McGuireWoods Consulting senior advisor, Frank Donatelli, reviewed the 2018 midterm elections with ten snap observations.
Your weekly North Carolina political news report.
On Tuesday, Nov. 6, Gov. Henry McMaster (R) was elected to his first full term, receiving 54 percent of the vote, while his opponent James Smith (D) received 46% of the vote.
Across North Carolina, all eyes were on the results of the General Assembly elections. Democrats made significant gains across the state and broke Republican veto-proof supermajority in the House and the Senate. Before the elections, Republicans held a supermajority with 75 out of 120 House seats and 34 out of 50 Senate seats. Barring any potential recounts and the tallying of absentee ballots, Democrats will hold 54 House seats while Republicans will hold 66 House seats. In the Senate, Democrats will hold 21 seats while Republicans will hold 29 seats.
This year’s gubernatorial election was the most expensive in state history, with more than $284M in funds raised through the cycle. In terms of spending, Pritzker and Rauner alone have spent more than $240M
With several races still too close to call, Republicans maintained and expanded their majority in the Senate, while Democrats picked up enough seats to take control of the House.
Learn where in the United States natural gas pipeline projects have been completed, have been approved, are under construction and announced or applied for.
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.