W. Ford Graham — a McGuireWoods partner and McGuireWoods Consulting senior vice president of infrastructure and economic development in Columbia, S.C. — wrote an article for the September 2022 issue of Area Development magazine examining the top states in America based on their responsiveness to project development.
In the September 2022 issue of Area Development magazine, vice president Benton Blaine and assistant vice president Joseph Beasley of MWC’s infrastructure and economic development team co-authored “Gaining Community Approval for Your Next Big-Box Project”, detailing the steps companies and developers should take to gain community approval for a big-box project.
In August 2022, McGuireWoods Consulting senior vice president Stephanie Kennan commented in three different media outlets on the new Infrastructure Act of 2022, which, among many things, allows the U.S. government to negotiate the price of prescription drugs used by the Medicare program.
On July 22, 2022, Richmond Law alumni magazine featured McGuireWoods Consulting assistant vice president and McGuireWoods counsel Margaret Rockwell in an article discussing her role helping draft “Zoning and Segregation in Virginia: Part 2 — Expanding Housing Choices for the Future of Virginia.”
On July 6, 2022, McGuireWoods Consulting senior advisor Jim Dyke co-authored a letter to Inside NoVa on the ‘Advancing Civics’ partnership between the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce and the Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership, part of the Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service at the University of Virginia. A former Chair of the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce, Jim co-authored the letter with the current chair and two other former chairs of the Chamber.
This Week in Washington: Congress Passes Continuing Resolution until Dec. 16; House Leaves Until After Election; Senate to be Back Mid-October.
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North Carolinians are bracing for the impact of Hurricane Ian as the storm is expected to bring 35 mph winds and up to six inches of rain to most of the state, with up to 10 inches of rain possible towards the coast. Governor Roy Cooper declared a state of emergency Wednesday and said search rescue teams are already being deployed.
Yesterday, Hurricane Ian made landfall near Cayo Costa, Fla., as a Category 4 hurricane, bringing record wind and storm surge to a four-county area in Southwest Florida. Other regions of the state have experienced significant rain, flooding, and tornadoes.
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