Frank Donatelli, executive vice president and director of federal public affairs for McGuireWoods Consulting and counsel with McGuireWoods LLP, wrote the following article that was published in U.S. News & World Report.
McGuireWoods Consulting announced today it has opened a Tallahassee office with the arrival of veteran lobbyists Sean Stafford, Rhett O’Doski and Ryder Rudd.
Tucker Martin will join the MWCAdvocacy team next week as a senior vice president, assisting clients across a variety of industries nationwide with media relations, strategic communications, and grassroots initiatives.
McGuireWoods Consulting is delighted to announce the return of Missy Neff to its Richmond team as a senior vice president for MWCAdvocacy, handling legislative affairs. As part of the MWCAdvocacy team, she will support clients along with a team of additional communications, grassroots, and digital professionals.
McGuireWoods Consulting today announced that Gena McGroarty was promoted to vice president of MWCAdvocacy effective January 1.
Business slowed at the legislature this week in preparation for adjournment next week. The focus shifted to local bills, concurrence votes on a few public bills, and constitutional amendments. Also, the House and Senate voted to override two gubernatorial vetoes of a comprehensive elections bill and a bill to make various changes to judicial districts. Furthermore, legislative leaders expect to consider more constitutional amendments and veto overrides next week.
Vote of the week: Immigration
All eyes will be on the House this week as members prepare to take up two bills to reform the U.S. immigration system and address the fate of DACA recipients (so-called “Dreamers).
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This Week: Opioid legislation moves…Insurers lose in court…OMB clears Association Health Plan Rule…and more!
The legislature was very busy this week as leadership looks ahead to adjournment. The House voted to override the Governor’s budget veto, and gave its final approval to legislation that would change various alcohol regulations. Also, House and Senate leaders considered more state constitutional amendments, and both chambers gave their final approval to a bill that would make comprehensive changes to various judicial districts and divisions.
A $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill was signed into law March 23, 2018. Here's how the spending package affects the healthcare industry, by the numbers.
Chris Lloyd was asked to speak recently at a Seminar at the University of Missouri on "Seeking Better Value in Government: Emerging Strategies Seminar P3s & Best Value Procurement"
Chris Lloyd was asked to speak at the Urban Land Institute; Richmond Chapter on Innovations in Public/Private Finance Breakfast
Chris Lloyd was asked to speak at the Botetourt County Board of Supervisors on "Understanding and Winning at Economic Development"
Chris Lloyd spoke recently at the Virginia Society - American Institute of Architects on \"How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb!\"