There are currently two school choice proposals making their way through the Florida legislature – House Bill 7045 and Senate Bill 48. McGuireWoods Consulting vice president, Sara Clements, discussed the differences in the bills and the impact they would have in the state in a April 19 article for Florida Politics.
On April 9, 2021, President Biden submitted his discretionary budget to Congress, setting out a blueprint for priority areas in the coming year. McGuireWoods Consulting senior vice president, Stephanie Kennan, commented on the budget’s healthcare provisions in an April 14 article for MedCity News.
Offers widespread bipartisan experience, including with key members from Idaho, Montana and the Pacific Northwest
Stephanie Kennan, senior vice president with McGuireWoods Consulting, was named JD Supra’s No. 1 healthcare author for the second consecutive year.
As an extension of its national real estate capital markets practice, McGuireWoods has formed a multidisciplinary team of lawyers and McGuireWoods Consulting policy professionals dedicated to advising clients on all sides of affordable housing projects, developments and transactions.
In North Carolina, someone as young as 14 years old is able to get married due to a provision in the state’s marriages statute. McGuireWoods Consulting vice president, Laura Puryear, is working pro bono with the Tahirih Justice Center and the International Center for Research on Women to pass legislation to raise the marriage age to 18.
As states across the country consider legislation on zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) standards, McGuireWoods Consulting senior vice president, Michele Satterlund, explores how these bills will impact automakers – especially if the legislation is not accompanied by an investment in incentives and infrastructure support. Satterlund provided an overview of the current legislation in a March 16 article for Environmental Leader.
Sabbak deepens Democratic experience on Atlanta’s bipartisan team
This week in Washington: President sends budget request to Congress.
Your weekly North Carolina political news report.
Last week the NC General Assembly took a spring recess, during which many members took the opportunity to put their ideas for the state on paper, leading to 248 bills being filed.
This week in Washington: House and Senate return from congressional work period.
In This Issue: Department of Education hosts National Safe School Reopening Summit, Senate HELP Committee holds confirmation hearing for Cindy Marten, and earmarks make their return to Congress.
This has been a busy week all around the legislative complex, both in the General Assembly and in the state agencies.
Updates on state and local action taken in Virginia in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19)
Updates on state and local action taken in Illinois in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19)
Florida state and local action in response to COVID-19.
Updates on state and local action taken in Texas in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19)
McGuireWoods Consulting held a bipartisan discussion on the South Carolina elections, with insights into the presidential, congressional and state legislative races.
McGuireWoods Consulting’s bipartisan team held a discussion on the results of the 2020 gubernatorial, attorneys general and state legislative races. The panelists provided analysis of the election outcomes and the likely policy implications in key states, as well as information on transition teams and what to expect in the 2022 races.
McGuireWoods Consulting hosted a bipartisan discussion on the Florida elections, with insights into the presidential and state legislative races.
McGuireWoods Consulting hosted a bipartisan discussion on the North Carolina elections, with insights into the presidential, congressional, gubernatorial, attorney general and state legislative races.