In part three of an article series for the Michigan Economic Developers Association, McGuireWoods Consulting senior vice president and director infrastructure and economic development, Chris Lloyd, explores the importance of educating the public about economic development.
This week, Virginia Speaker-designee, Eileen Filler-Corn, announced key advisors to her transition team to the office of the Speaker of the House of Delegates. L.F. Payne, senior advisor with McGuireWoods Consulting, has been selected among other Commonwealth leaders to assist Filler-Corn as she prepares for the upcoming legislative session.
McGuireWoods Consulting’s Illinois office has established a strategic partnership with local Springfield, Illinois firm, Cook-Witter, Inc.
In part two of an article series for the Michigan Economic Developers Association, McGuireWoods Consulting senior vice president and director infrastructure and economic development, Chris Lloyd, expounded on the importance of due diligence in winning the war against economic development.
McGuireWoods Consulting vice president, Kaci Easley, worked with McGuireWoods LLP counsel, Ann Neil Cosby and senior land use planner, Adena Patterson to win final zoning approval from the city of Richmond and Henrico County for a mixed-use development project in Richmond, Virginia.
Michael Anzelmo has joined McGuireWoods and McGuireWoods Consulting as an energy regulatory partner and policy advisor in the firm’s Columbia, South Carolina, office.
The National Law Journal named McGuireWoods Consulting senior advisor, Michael Drobac, and senior vice president, Michele Satterlund, Government Relations Trailblazers, recognizing their leadership in both federal and state government affairs.
On Sep. 26, McGuireWoods Consulting senior advisor and McGuireWoods LLP partner Gregory S. Walden testified before the House Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee on Aviation on behalf of the Small UAV Coalition, to which he serves as Aviation Counsel.
This Week: Senate Commerce Committee holds hearing on autonomous vehicles, Senate Democrats release principles for federal privacy legislation, FCC Chairman Pai tackles tough spectrum issues in closing weeks of 2019, White House releases progress report on national artificial intelligence strategy.
Your weekly North Carolina political news report.
This week in Washington: Senate to hold a confirmation hearing for Dr. Stephen Hahn, Trump's nominee to be the new FDA commissioner, as well as a hearing on Alzheimer's awareness.
Members of the North Carolina General Assembly were back in Raleigh this week for what many are hoping is the last time until January. After the Joint Select Committee on Congressional Redistricting met the week before to begin the process of redrawing the state's congressional districts, members of both House and Senate Redistricting Committees met to discuss which maps all members would be voting on. In addition to a week full of redistricting, two bills made their way out of conference committee and onto the floor.
This Week: House Antitrust Subcommittee holds fourth hearing in series on online platforms and market power, FCC releases mapping tool for the 2.5 GHz band tribal priority window, Senate Commerce pulls satellite television reauthorization as expiration approaches.
Advocacy campaigns are a common strategy used to influence consumer behavior for political or consumer oriented action. In education, campaigns have focused on increasing teacher pay in many states and passage of local bond and tax referendums to pay for college and school buildings.
With the cost of higher education rising and access diminishing, leaders of the education committees committed to reauthorizing HEA in the 116th Congress.
This week in Washington: House returns from recess and has scheduled hearing on caring for aging Americans; Senate to hold hearing on rising electronic cigarette use among youth and will hold a confirmation hearing for Dr. Stephen Hahn, Trump's nominee to be the new FDA commissioner.
Bicameral Appropriations Committee leadership will meet to chart a path for government spending authorities set to expire Nov. 21, House to hold fourth hearing on online platforms and market power, House vote on H.R. 3 pushed to December.
In keeping with U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s schedule for pushing H.R. 3, the Lower Drug Costs Now Act, through the House of Representatives, the three committees of jurisdiction held mark-ups and passed the proposal, as amended, along party lines. However, the timing of when the full House will consider the proposal has slipped from the end of October, to by the end of November.
Appropriations leadership will focus on FY21 spending measures, House Majority Leader Hoyer will prioritize bringing the prescription drug pricing bill to the floor, NDAA conferees continue to negotiate a final package.
Senate to take up the House-passed continuing resolution, hearing scheduled on impact of recent digital platform mergers, and the Senate HELP Committee will vote on the Secretary of Labor nomination.
House plans to take up a continuing resolution to extend government funding at current levels to November, Senate to hold hearing on antitrust laws and the Secretary of Labor nominee is set to testify.
House Judiciary Subcommittee to hold hearing on the role of data and privacy in competition, Sen. Schumer outlines Democratic priorities, including legislation to address gun violence, election security, the ACA and more.
The House and Senate will be in recess until the second week in September. Senate Appropriations Chairman Shelby will set FY20 spending allocations during the recess. The Senate can be expected to move ahead with Gene Scalia's nomination to the Department of Labor when they return.
The House begins its summer recess, with the Senate set to be in session one more week before lawmakers return home; Senate to vote on the budget deal and confirm the President's nominees for Deputy Secretary of Defense and Ambassador to the United Nations; Senate HELP Committee to bring the Lower Health Care Costs Act to the floor.