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Fellows In The News
GAI | February 25, 2013
GAI faculty Kenneth Gold and Susan Sullivan Lagon joined hosts Bob Leins and Tammy Flanagan on the Federal News Radio program For Your Benefit. Topics discussed on the program broadcast include 2012 election results, polarization in both houses, resistance to compromise, leadership changes and committee chairs; the deficit and the
GAI | February 24, 2013
Senior Fellow John Haskell joined the C-SPAN Washington Journal program to talk about the roles and responsibilities of top leadership positions in both chambers of Congress.
GAI | January 9, 2013
Senior Fellow Marian Currinder spoke with the Boston Globe regarding Rep. Ed Markey (D-MA), a leading contender to replace Sen. John Kerry. “Even if Markey is seen as hostile to corporate interests, the industry wants lawmakers like him to consider their viewpoints.” “You’re not counting on Markey — if you’re a big industry group —