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Most consumers find robocalls annoying. Companies, however, fear that regulating them might prevent businesses from conveying important information to customers. Catch up on the debate with :
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National Journal Aug 24
An increasing number of candidates are protesting big money in politics by sourcing donations from non-corporate PACs and donors. Will this impact their competitiveness? Find out in the latest post on :
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National Journal Sep 25
The Trump administration’s ability to make farm-assistance payments without congressional authorization is rooted in a Depression-era law. Read more about this history in our latest post:
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National Journal Sep 17
While Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch have received plenty of media coverage as Trump’s controversial nominees to the Supreme Court, the president has also nominated hundreds of judges to lower courts with less notice. Our latest explores:
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National Journal Sep 14
Donald Trump’s most lasting legacy may be the high number of nominees to the federal courts. Our latest post discusses how the president has been able to nominate so many judges:
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National Journal Nov 12
Robocalls are pesky, but they can also be predatory. This post covers FCC and congressional efforts to prevent them and protect consumers:
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National Journal Sep 10
Pollsters failed to predict Trump’s win as a result of inaccurate of state-level polls and an overrepresentation of college grads who lean Democrat, according to our latest post:
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National Journal Nov 4
Did you know that Americans receive over 4 billion robocalls per month? These frustrating phonecalls are more prevalent than you might think, which is why Congress and the FCC are working to stop them:
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National Journal Sep 21
Last month, announced a plan for direct farm-assistance payment, but can it offset the financial stress that trade wars will cause American farmers? Our latest explores:
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National Journal Sep 18
Nominees to higher courts will have critical influence on immigration, Roe v. Wade, and health care decisions, but nominees to lower courts can also transform legislation for generations to come, argues this :
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National Journal Oct 21
American stock markets are shrinking. Experts attribute the trend to SEC laws, the need to protect intellectual property, and the growth of private equity.
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National Journal Sep 23
The Department of Agriculture plans to buy surplus pork products, apples, dairy products, and pistachios from struggling farmers. To learn more about the steps the Trump administration is taking to assist farmers, read our latest post:
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National Journal Oct 29
The odds of Democrats taking the House have stayed relatively high, but control of the Senate remains a guessing game. Will their last-ditch effort to inundate airwaves and get out the vote be enough? Read to find out:
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National Journal Oct 22
Donald Trump and Elon Musk agree: SEC requirements may be deterring companies from going public, causing the stock market to shrink.
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National Journal Nov 2
Texas hasn’t elected a Democratic senator since 1993, yet changing demographics and a widely popular Democratic candidate have made the state a real battleground. Read about states that could swing the Senate:
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National Journal Nov 1
The path to a Democratic majority in the Senate is rocky: Democrats are defending 26 of the 35 seats up for election, and of those 26, Trump won ten of their states in the 2016 election—five by 19% or higher. Keep up with the with :
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National Journal Oct 30
Will Democrats’ get-out-the-vote efforts be enough to take the Senate? explores:
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National Journal Oct 24
The number of publicly listed companies is declining and private equity is amassing funds. What is the Trump administration doing about it?
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National Journal Nov 5
Incumbent red-state Democrats in the Senate are facing an uphill battle. They are treading carefully, focusing on local issues and shying away from highly divisive, partisan issues. Will these efforts save their seats?
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National Journal Sep 6
Though the 2016 presidential election shook many Americans' confidence in political polling, U.S. election polls since that time have been more accurate than usual. To learn more, check out our latest post:
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