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When are DC insiders most active on social media? Find out with this free preview of our 2018 Washington in the Information Age study:
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Do you know about Made in China 2025, the program to grow Chinese manufacturing capacity? Read about it in this :
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Which congressional leaders, new and established, could have the most influence on policy? We explored this and more in our January . Watch it here:
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Our analysts have distilled extensive research of key legislative, investigative, and oversight actions the new House majority is likely to focus on into white-label PowerPoint slides. Download a complimentary copy here:
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Here are our key takeaways from ’s recently released budget report and economic forecast:
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National Journal Feb 15
Under the ACA, Medicaid expansion allows states to make more citizens eligible for coverage. This map shows the states that have expanded Medicaid and where expansion initiatives have failed.
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National Journal Feb 14
China’s “Made in China 2025” program has been met with suspicion because of allegations of industrial espionage and because of the wrought geopolitical competition between the United States and China. Read more in this :
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National Journal Feb 14
How can you best reach Washington insiders? Our data will help your public affairs team effectively reach their target audience. Preview our findings here:
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National Journal Feb 14
Check out this bio of the Administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to learn more about
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National Journal Feb 14
Changing consumer tastes and government trade policies are forcing trade associations to change their lobbying positions in order to provide better protections for farmers and agribusiness, reports ($)
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National Journal Feb 14
The Trump administration's “zero tolerance” policy for immigration offenses related to illegal entry has officially ended, but advocates say that officials are still separating families at the border with little to no guidance, reports ($)
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National Journal Feb 14
A small yet substantive group of Democrats is expected to vote against the spending deal, largely out of opposition to leaders’ negotiations with President Trump over the border wall and how many undocumented immigrants can be detained, reports
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National Journal Feb 14
Congress won't have much say in whether regulators approve the Sprint-T-Mobile mega-merger, so why are Democrats so focused on publicly condemning the deal? ($) More from :
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National Journal Feb 13
Here are some of the investigative actions you might see from the newly elected Democratic House. Download the full presentation that includes legislative and oversight actions Democrats may take here:
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National Journal Feb 13
This week on 's Quorum Call: — and on VA's unfolding scandals — on the possibility of another shutdown after funding talks stall — on Trump's pledge to eradicate HIV iTunes:
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National Journal Feb 13
Who’s covered by Medicare and how does it contribute to government spending?
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National Journal Feb 13
Democrats and some climate-action allies are warming up to proposals to boost fossil-fuel and nuclear innovation to curb global emissions, despite a long-held skepticism of those technologies from the environmental community. More from ($):
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National Journal Feb 13
Lawmakers pushing for accountability over the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi are increasingly frustrated by the administration’s stonewalling on sanctions and are probing for new ways to respond, reports ($)
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National Journal Feb 13
In this week's Wednesday Q+A, North Dakota Sen. Kevin Cramer sits down with to discuss the president's trade wars, ongoing efforts to expedite nominations, and how he's adjusting to the slower pace of the Senate ($)
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National Journal Feb 13
The leftward drift of the national Democratic Party comes at an inopportune time for its Senate candidates, considering that several of the party's best pick-up opportunities in the next cycle are in states that Trump won in 2016, opines
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