On The Hill Newsletter
May 6: Limitation Provisions in Appropriations Bills: A Key Tool of Congressional Policymaking by Matt Glassman, Senior Fellow
April 1: The Origins of the House’s Special Rules and What It Means for the Senate Rules Change by Josh Huder, Senior Fellow
March 8: Congressional Oversight in the 116th by Laura Blessing, Senior Fellow
February 5: Four Things to Consider About a Possible Second Government Shutdown by Matt Glassman, Senior Fellow
January 9: In Search of Good Intelligence Oversight by Katina Slavkova, Fellow
December 6: The Aftermath by Laura Blessing, Senior Fellow
November 1: November is a Time of Change (To Your Budgets) by Josh Huder, Senior Fellow
October 1: Five Cheers for the FY19 Appropriations Process by Matt Glassman, Senior Fellow
September 5: Kavanaugh’s Inevitable Confirmation by GAI Non-Resident Senior Fellow, Susan Lagon
July 11: Budget Dysfunction: Potential Reforms by Senior Fellow, Laura Blessing
May 3: Budget Reform: Diagnosing the Problem by Senior Fellow, Laura Blessing
April 4: National Security Confirmations: Beyond the Water’s Edge by GAI Fellow Katina Slavkova
March 5: Congress in 2018: What’s Left? by GAI Senior Fellow Josh Huder
January 9: GAI Senior Fellow Matt Glassman on the outlook for the FY18 appropriations process
December 21: Laura Blessing on the just passed tax reform legislation and Katina Slavkova on the challenges of House intelligence oversight
November 6: GAI Director Kristin Nicholson on Sexual Harassment on Capitol Hill
October 4: Why Tax Reform is Hard
September 6: Welcome Back
July 24: Secrecy in Lawmaking
May 9: The Omnibus is here
March 29: Democrats’ Dilemma Over the Federal Judiciary
February 27: Welcome Letter from New GAI Director
January 12: On Congress: A Few Farewell Thoughts by the GAI Director
December 19: Looking Towards 2017: Tax Policy
December 12: Reconciliation in 2017
December 1: Looking Towards 2017: National Security in Focus
July 14: Our Kind of War: Congress and the AUMF
April 14: Is Paul Ryan Delivering on Regular Order?
March 18: March Madness and the Congressional Budget Process
February 24: SCOTUS Confirmation Politics: What Would Nino Say?
February 8: Whither Tax Reform? Chasing the Great White Whale
January 20: Passing a Budget Resolution: It Ain’t Easy
January 7: What Does Congress Have on Tap in 2016?
November 2: It’s Not Over
September 28: The Road Ahead
July 27: Continuing Resolution or Shutdown: What is the Likeliest Scenario for the Next Fiscal Year
March 31: An Early Look at Prospects for the FY16 Budget
January 28: Uncertainties Ahead for Federal Spending
January 9: It’s Not All Gridlock
October 30: Who Will Lead the Senate
October 9: Congress Out of Session Does Not Mean It Isn’t Working
September 5: Odds Are Against Another Government Shutdown
July 9: Odds of Passing the Appropriations Bills Longer Than Those of the
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June 9: Fight Club: Who is in Charge Here?
April 24: Gunning for a Fight?
March 6: Is the Obama Budget DOA?
February 12: Moderates to the Rescue on Debt Ceiling
December 20: Rules Changes Through Precedent
November 22: The Senate Goes Nuclear: Is the Filibuster Endangered?
August 26: Odds of an October Shutdown Down to 10 Percent