CoStar, a premium custom information services provider for the real estate industry, profiled the cross-practice national opportunity zone development team for its regular “Did You Hear” column featuring movers and shakers in commercial real estate.
Collaborative Group Formed to Help Clients Leverage Opportunity Zone Benefits
McGuireWoods Consulting senior vice president, Rob Fortson, was recently honored as a Distinguished Leader in the Daily Report’s annual Georgia Legal Awards. Fortson, who is also a partner with McGuireWoods LLP, will be recognized at an awards dinner in June.
In 2006, McGuireWoods Consulting (MWC) formed a coalition of consumer safety advocates to support the Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act – legislation in response to a number of entrapment drownings of children and infants caught in the suction of high pressure drains.
McGuireWoods Consulting senior advisor, Frank Donatelli, analyzes the reasons behind Trump’s stagnant approval rating – regardless of the day’s headlines – and how this largely unmoving number may provide insight into Trump’s 2020 campaign.
This week in Washington: House to hold hearings on surprise medical billing, drug pricing transparency and a single-payer health system.
Your weekly North Carolina political news report.
In the wake of last week’s crossover deadline, the date by which the majority of bills must pass from one chamber to the other to still be considered, lawmakers moved through a series of committee meetings and floor votes. Senate legislators are working to wrap up their budget discussions, aiming to unveil their version of the state budget proposal by the end of the month.
This Week: House passes disaster aid package for hurricane recovery in Puerto Rico, the Senate Commerce advanced two bills aimed at improving broadband access, The President signed an Executive Order on Securing the Information and Communications Technology and Services Supply Chain.
The House Appropriations Committee approved the FY2020 Labor, HHS, Education, and Related Agencies spending bill, increasing the Department of Education budget by 6 percent.
Senate leadership continues to negotiate an aid package to deliver supplemental funding to disaster-stricken areas around the country, the House will take up legislation that packages together a number of bills aimed at lowering prescription drug prices, the Senate may expedite the consideration of bipartisan legislation aimed at curbing abusive robocalls and the Senate continues to process pending judicial and executive branch nominations.
House Appropriations Committee continues to consider FY20 spending bills, Senate continues to confirm as many of over 100 pending nominations as possible and McConnell and Pelosi to hold debt ceiling negotiations.
Appropriations and authorizing committees continue to hear from department and agency heads on the President's FY20 budget proposal, additional hearings on drug pricing, discussions around infrastructure and Attorney General Barr to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
A recap of congressional hearings and markups in the month of April on prescription drug pricing.
The Georgia General Assembly adjourned its 2019 legislative session Tuesday, April 2. Gov. Brian Kemp will have 40 days to sign or veto legislation passed by the General Assembly. All legislation not vetoed will become law.