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GAI | May 14, 2019
Senior Fellow Laura Blessing discusses the CBO’s scoring of the President’s budget proposal, GDP forecasts, and underlying economic assumptions on the May 9th Marketplace Morning Report for NPR. Here is a link to the entire report.
GAI | May 8, 2019
Senior Fellow Mark Harkins discusses the current dust up between House Democrats and the President regarding subpoenas and oversight. Here is the entire article in the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Josh Huder | May 7, 2019
House Democrats and President Trump are on a collision course. Democrats demand the administration and others comply with their subpoenas and document requests on everything from the president’s tax returns and business records to the unredacted Mueller report. So far, President Trump has uniformly refused, an unprecedented move that directly threatens congressional power and authorities.
Kristin Nicholson | May 6, 2019
Dear Friends: It’s a busy time for Capitol Hill watchers. After a two-week April recess that didn’t feel like much of a break given the long-awaited release of (most of) the Mueller Report, the House and Senate have returned for a packed few weeks in session. Tensions continue to escalate on the oversight front, as