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Kristin Nicholson | March 8, 2019
Dear Friends: As winter ends, a new era of oversight has begun on Capitol Hill. In our latest newsletter, GAI Senior Fellow Laura Blessing provides some context for the vigorous oversight that should be a hallmark of the 116th Congress. These efforts have already made plenty of news, and there will be
Laura Blessing | March 8, 2019
Congressional oversight in the 116th Congress has gotten off to a roaring start. After two years of unified government in the Trump administration, Democrats are eager to begin looking into a long list of topics now that they have retaken the House. The news cycle, already moving at an exhausting pace, now regularly features oversight efforts
GAI | March 1, 2019
Matt, Laura, and Mark are joined by special guest Michele Swers, professor at Georgetown University, to talk about women in the 116th Congress.
GAI | February 27, 2019
Senior Fellow Mark Harkins comments on importance of seniority in Congress and nuclear material in Nevada for the Las Vegas Review-Journal.