Joshua C. Huder, Ph.D.
Joshua C. Huder, Ph.D., joined the Government Affairs Institute as a Senior Fellow in 2013. He has taught courses on American government, advanced legislative process, and other American politics courses. He has provided political analysis to several news outlets, including the Washington Post, Congressional Quarterly, Newsweek, Bloomberg News, CNN, the Washington Examiner, U.S. News, Al-Jazeera, Yahoo News, and is a regular contributor for the Christian Science Monitor.
Prior to joining GAI, Josh worked on the Hill as an American Political Science Association (APSA) Congressional Fellow. His portfolio included legislative procedure, government affairs, financial services, voting rights, campaign finance, trade, small business, and other issues. He is currently writing a book on the history of congressional procedure and politics since 1879.
Education: PhD, University of Florida; MA, University of Florida; BA, Rutgers University
- Congressional Operation and History
- Legislative Process
- State of Partisanship
- Party Leadership
- Legislative Politics
- Bicameral Differences
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Josh Huder | January 12, 2017
The Senate passed a budget yesterday. It lacked some of the typical hallmarks of a budget resolution. Namely, the chamber did not debate in any great detail discretionary spending numbers. This budget is meant for one purpose and one purpose only: repealing the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Following the campaign congressional Republicans set out on
Josh Huder | December 12, 2016
Reconciliation is a process federal workers should familiarize themselves with over the next month or two. This budget process, which allows the majority to circumvent filibusters and pass legislation with a simple majority vote, will be used abundantly in the next Congress. While reconciliation can be used to pass laws affecting all types of federal
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