2024 is poised to be a busy one, amid the rapid growth of artificial intelligence, impeachment efforts, a presidential election, and rising global tensions. As the year starts, make sure you’re caught up on what to look out for in all three branches of government so you can build an air-tight strategy and prepare for all possible scenarios.
Watch our recorded webinar with CQ and Roll Call’s award-winning journalists for a rundown on what the legislative priorities of Congress will be, what to expect from the Supreme Court, and what the White House will try to accomplish. In this 30-minute lightning round, you’ll get a preview of what to expect in 2024 and answers to your questions so you can prepare for the year ahead.
Speakers will discuss the top five things you should know about:
- Congress in 2024, such as funding priorities and how they could impact your strategic planning
- Supreme Court decisions and the dynamics to watch
- What the executive branch will seek to accomplish this year
John Bennett is the editor at large at CQ and Roll Call. He writes analysis pieces about the White House, Congress, and national politics. Formerly CQ and Roll Call’s White House correspondent, he has also overseen foreign policy and technology & cyber coverage. Bennett has covered Washington’s policy and political debates for nearly two decades.
Caroline Coudriet is a CQ and Roll Call reporter covering defense and national security developments in Congress, including NDAA, the defense appropriations bills, and Ukraine/Israel supplemental spending. She began her career at CQ as a legislative tracker covering committees and also spent two years as an immigration reporter.
Todd Ruger is the editor for immigration and legal affairs at CQ and Roll Call. He previously covered the Supreme Court, Congress, and the Justice Department as a senior legal affairs staff writer at CQ and Roll Call. He wrote about the Supreme Court’s 2017-18 term in a book, “American Justice 2018: The Shifting Supreme Court.”
Moderated by Jason Dick, CQ and Roll Call’s editor-in-chief. He was previously Roll Call’s deputy editor, senior writer, Capitol Hill editor, Heard on the Hill editor, and House leadership editor. Before his time at Roll Call, he was editor of National Journal Daily and its predecessor publication, CongressDaily. He began his journalism career in Washington at National Journal’s environmental news daily, GreenWire, in 1998.
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