McGuireWoods Consulting Infrastructure and Economic Development vice president, Benton Blaine, detailed four key concepts to maximize return on investment and project success in a Feb. 15 article for Area Development.
In a Feb. 13 article for PharmaLive, McGuireWoods Consulting senior vice president, Stephanie Kennan, gave an overview of Medicare for All and how it will influence the healthcare debate.
McGuireWoods Consulting senior vice president, Michele Satterlund, spoke with Corporate Counsel Business Journal on the crossover between legal and public affairs work, as well as a new initiative highlighting women working in public affairs.
In a Feb. 4 article for Detroit News, McGuireWoods Consulting senior advisor, Frank Donatelli, analyzed the reactions of both Democrats and Republicans to Howard Schultz’ announcement that he is considering a presidential run as a centrist independent.
McGuireWoods Consulting Women in Public Affairs is pleased to recognize women on our state government relations and federal public affairs teams who have received top lobbyist honors over the past year.
Coming Week’s Highlights: Congress is in recess this week.
Your weekly North Carolina political news report.
The General Assembly reconvened on Monday, March 11 for a week of full of Appropriations meetings and floor votes. Governor Cooper released his budget recommendations last week prompting a week of presentations from various departments on their budget needs for the year. Without a supermajority, members of the General Assembly will look to find a middle ground during their budget debates. In this young session, the new look General Assembly has been working in a bi-partisan fashion with numerous bills receiving support across the aisle.
This Week: Senators unveil bipartisan bill aimed at improving privacy protection for children, Senate Judiciary Committee wades into federal privacy debate, House Subcommittee examines drones, urban air mobility, and the future of aviation, and European commission selects single protocol for vehicle connectivity instead of taking flexible approach
Coming Week’s Highlights: CMS seeks recommendations that allow Americans to purchase health insurance across state lines, House to hold hearings on the 2020 HHS budget and lowering the cost of prescription drugs.
On Feb. 20, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Office of the Actuary issued a report on rising health care spending in the U.S.
In today’s increasingly global and complex economy, having a team that understands how to make deals happen is vital to a company’s long-term success. Whether it is assistance with finding the right site for a new business facility or negotiating the right incentives, McGuireWoods Consulting has the experience in dealing with every stakeholder—legislators, government officials, and the public—to guide you through every step of the decision-making process. Combining both local knowledge and national experience, our team is the ideal partner to ensure your company successfully navigates the economic development process.
While Congress may not be able to make up its mind on whether and how to permanently deal with cannabis legalization, the American people clearly have done so. In virtually every state with any kind of significant urban presence and direct voter access to the ballot, marijuana is in some stage of decriminalization.
An overview of the upcoming week in Congress from the McGuireWoods Consulting Federal Public Affairs Team.
The average cost of producing one megawatt hour of electricity in North America, new energy generation capacity added globally, total solar installations, top 10 solar states, and more.