If January set the tone for 2019, we’re in for a wild year! On today’s episode, the team chats with David Drucker, Senior Political Correspondent at the Washington Examiner, about the shutdown ending, what could happen when the three weeks runs out, and what this means for the political landscape in the new year.
I spoke to Tim Puko of the Wall Street Journal about the factors driving record corporate investment in renewable energy:
Congress is cool toward more tax-credit extensions and legislation more broadly, lobbyists and bankers added.
“In 2015 industry came in and said this is what we need to reach maturity with our technology,” said Liam Donovan, at the law and lobbying firm Bracewell LLP. “You can only go back with that argument so many times.”
Read the full piece here.
2019 is shaping up to be a strange year in Washington, and today’s episode is here to answer all your questions on the government shutdown. Our guest this week is FBI Agents Association President and FBI Special Agent Tom O’Connor, who weighs in on how this shutdown is impacting national security.