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The National Institutes of Health announced it would loosen restrictions on using fetal tissue in biomedical research and revert to the process in place before 2019. Here’s CQ Roll Call health care reporter Sandhya Raman on Friday’s announcement. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Democrats are struggling to decide whether to pursue a bipartisan infrastructure bill or go it alone through another budget reconciliation process. Some are advocating a two-step strategy that combines both approaches, but skeptics abound as Republicans prepare their own slimmed-down version. CQ Roll Call’s Jennifer Shutt and David Lerman break dow…
 
The political money game is changing. Small donor fundraising is at an all-time high, while corporations are holding off on donating in the wake of the January 6 insurrection at the Capitol. What do these changes mean for political contributions, and how will they change campaigning going forward? Sheila Krumholz joins us this week to discuss the l…
 
The Biden administration released a proposed rule on Wednesday that would reinstate eligibility for federal family planning funds to organizations that provide abortions or abortion referrals — a move that would directly affect groups like Planned Parenthood. Here’s CQ Roll Call health care reporter Sandhya Raman on the reactions to this rule and t…
 
The United States is amid a period of self-reflection and contentious debate on race relations and President Joe Biden is leaning into it. Rashawn Ray, a scholar at the Brookings Institution and sociology professor at the University of Maryland, College Park, discusses Biden’s practical and personal approach to race relations, from executive orders…
 
States and the federal government are trying to stop the COVID-19 vaccine equity gap from growing as vaccine eligibility opens up to all adults — but officials don’t have much time. CQ Roll Call’s Ariel Cohen has more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesDi CQ Roll Call
 
A debate is raging among some top infectious disease experts as calls are growing to administer as many first doses of two-dose COVID-19 vaccines as soon as possible. CQ Roll Call’s Emily Kopp reports on questions facing the White House about why it’s not redirecting vaccines to hot spots as some U.S. regions see surges of the disease. Learn more a…
 
The Biden administration’s fiscal 2022 defense budget request would eliminate the so-called Overseas Contingency Operations account, a seemingly bottomless box of money that had become emblematic of Washington’s fiscal flimflammery. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesDi CQ Roll Call
 
The Biden administration underscored its focus on climate change in the first glimpse of its fiscal 2022 budget proposal, calling for tens of billions of dollars in new spending from Congress and framing the warming planet as a pervasive threat that seeps into daily life in myriad ways. Ben Hulac reports. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit meg…
 
The Biden administration on Friday released its wish list for discretionary spending for fiscal 2022. The proposal would boost non-defense spending by 16 percent and defense spending by 1.7 percent over current funding levels. CQ Roll Call’s Jennifer Shutt and David Lerman discuss the details of the plan, the winners and the losers. Learn more abou…
 
After a heated and contentious presidential election in 2020, voting rights are under attack. Georgia just passed a law that makes it harder for those who may be disenfranchised to cast their ballots. Other states are following suit. Mary C. Curtis speaks to Rashad Robinson, president of the social justice organization Color of Change, on what is a…
 
Rep. Mike Johnson is emblematic of the Republican Party of which he is now, in his third House term, and a leading member. He joined fellow Republicans in January in backing the former president's campaign to overturn state election results. More than 60 percent of voters in his northwest Louisiana district voted for Trump and Johnson views Trump a…
 
Frederik Mijnhardt, CEO of Secfi, joins Fintech Beat to explain why 80 percent of startup employees don’t exercise their stock options — and what that means for drivers of wealth in the innovation economy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesDi CQ Roll Call
 
The Biden administration says its $2 trillion infrastructure plan would boost the economy, fight climate change and address racial inequity. But Republicans are already pushing back, arguing that an increase in taxes to pay for the measure would slow down the economy. CQ Roll Call’s Jennifer Shutt and David Lerman discuss the ins and outs of the bi…
 
President Donald Trump is ensconced at Mar-a-Lago and everyone — on all sides of the aisle — is curious to know what his influence will be on the GOP. We turn to Rep. Mike Johnson, Republican of Louisiana, who has risen fast in the party ranks since his 2016 election. He is a former lawyer, defends religious liberty and opposes same-sex marriage. H…
 
President Biden's $2 trillion infrastructure plan includes money to repair roads, bridges and beef up transit, but what it doesn't do is mention the gas tax. Not everyone is happy. CQ Jessica Wehrman has more on what's in the plan. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesDi CQ Roll Call
 
Unified control of the White House and Congress does not happen all that often. We are in one of those periods now, with President Joe Biden and his fellow Democrats in the majority in the House and Senate. And they are pursuing policy like they know they know their time is limited. Political Theater host Jason Dick discusses why unified control is…
 
The Biden administration has reached out to key lawmakers and the criminal justice community for guidance on a slate of appointments to revive the sentencing commission, a move that also could influence congressional efforts to further change the nation’s criminal justice system. Todd Ruger reports. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone…
 
Democrats are working to build support around a set of proposals, some legislative, that would order a series of structural changes to the State Department with the goal of increasing diversity. CQ Roll Call's Rachel Oswald reports. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesDi CQ Roll Call
 
The Biden administration announced today that J&J, Moderna and Pfizer are on target to meet first quarter goals. And half of the states will open eligibility to all adults by mid April. CQ Roll Call's Sandhya Raman reports. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesDi CQ Roll Call
 
Secretary Tom Vilsack and a Black former Agriculture Department official he once forced out of her job testify on the department’s treatment of Black farmers. CQ Roll Call's Ellyn Ferguson reports. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesDi CQ Roll Call
 
The Equal Rights Amendment known as ERA — yes that ERA — is back. The House passed a bill last week that would extend the deadline to ratify the amendment to the Constitution prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sex. But is this five-decade-old amendment up to this moment? A moment that includes #MeToo, rising hate crimes against women of col…
 
This week marks the 11th anniversary of Barack Obama’s signing of the Affordable Care Act, something Joe Biden, then the vice president, now the president, famously described as a “Big F-ing Deal.” He was right. It is one of the signature moments in American health care policy, along with the passage of Medicare and Medicaid, the Children's Health …
 
The House Republican Conference will allow its members to submit earmark requests, ending a decade-old prohibition. CQ Roll Call’s Jennifer Shutt and David Lerman discuss whether Senate Republicans will follow suit and what earmarks mean for the appropriations process. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
The EU is considering requiring citizens to get a vaccine passport to move freely around Europe. After more than a year of lockdowns, some may embrace the idea. The U.S. is also weighing its options. But could a vaccine passport be a vehicle for discrimination? CQ Roll Call's Shawn Zeller speaks with Bryan Del Monte, a former director at the Depart…
 
Johnson & Johnson is under pressure to deliver its promised 20 million vaccine doses by the end of the month, as several state public health officials indicate the manufacturer is falling behind. Emily Kopp has more on the uncertainty ahead as demand for vaccines continues to overwhelm supplies. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/…
 
Native Americans have long had a contentious relationship with the Interior Department. Now one of their own is at the helm of it, Deb Haaland, an enrolled member of the Pueblo of Laguna. It was only in 2018 that the New Mexico Democrat made history as one of the first two Native American women elected to Congress. Now she is the first Native Ameri…
 
Wealthfront CEO Andy Rachleff joins Fintech Beat to explain the operational mechanics and economics of roboadvising, and how the technology in the industry differs from the rest of the fintech ecosystem. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesDi CQ Roll Call
 
We began this series last year to examine how the COVID 19 crisis has influenced public policy decisions. This week we reprised some of our podcasts to mark the one-year anniversary of the realization that the world was facing a pandemic. In this episode, we look at one of the industries hardest hit: Restaurants. Learn more about your ad choices. V…
 
We began this series last year to examine how the COVID 19 crisis has influenced public policy decisions. This week we are reprising some of our podcasts to mark the one-year anniversary of the realization that the world was facing a pandemic. In December, we looked at its toll on working moms. The $1.9 trillion COVID bill may provide a shadow of r…
 
It's been one year since the global pandemic hit. Most Americans had no idea what was in store. The numbers of those impacted by COVID-19 are staggering. More than half a million American lives have been lost to the virus. And for people of color, the negative impact on their lives has been disproportionate — lost jobs, homes, health and lives. Ref…
 
One year into the COVID-19 pandemic, Political Theater takes stock of the changes in Congress and how it operates, which of those will be lasting, which are fleeting, and what are some of the lingering uncertainties of political life as lawmakers figure out how to keep responding to the pandemic and its challenges while keeping safe and trying to g…
 
We began this series last year to examine how the pandemic was influencing public policy decisions. This week we are reprising some of our episodes to mark the one-year anniversary of the moment when most Americans realized the magnitude of the threat and states began to shut down. Today we delve into public transport. Learn more about your ad choi…
 
The House is set to vote on the revised $1.9 trillion COVID-19 aid bill as soon as Wednesday with the votes expected be on party lines. CQ Roll Call’s Jennifer Shutt and David Lerman discuss the changes to the bill, the timeline for its passage and what this means for the Democrats fight against poverty. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit mega…
 
We began this series last year to examine how the pandemic was influencing public policy decisions. This week we are reprising some of our episodes to mark the one-year anniversary of the moment when most Americans realized the magnitude of the threat and states began to shut down. Today we look at telehealth. Learn more about your ad choices. Visi…
 
Coil CEO Stefan Thomas talks to Chris Brummer about how he stored 7,002 Bitcoins in a digital wallet, only to forget the password. Plus, what lessons he thinks his case holds for the crypto industry. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesDi CQ Roll Call
 
We began this series last year to examine how the pandemic was influencing public policy decisions. This week we are reprising some of our episodes to mark the one-year anniversary of the moment when most Americans realized the magnitude of the threat and states began to shut down. We begin with housing. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit mega…
 
The Latino vote played a big part in President Joe Biden’s victory over Donald Trump in November, especially in battleground states like Arizona and Nevada. In others, Latino voters helped oust Democratic incumbents. So, is there a Latino voting bloc? CQ Roll Call's Shawn Zeller tried to answer that question with Carlos Odio the founder, EquisLabs,…
 
When Virgin Islands Del. Stacey Plaskett took center stage last month as a House manager in the second impeachment trial of Donald Trump, America took note. A star was born. In the latest episode of Equal Time, Mary C. Curtis talks with Plaskett about the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol, her work on the House Ways and Means Committee, inequities…
 
Look no further than Congress to hear gripes about gridlock and the lack of bipartisanship. But based on whom the voters are sending to Washington, it’s not a big shock: Barely a statistically significant number of members of Congress represent House districts or Senate seats that voted for someone in the other political party for president. CQ Rol…
 
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