Welcome to 2023! With a divided Congress and likely political gridlock, which policies have any hope of success and which are more likely to be DOA?
Watch our recorded webinar to hear from CQ and Roll Call’s award-winning journalists on what the legislative priorities of the 118th Congress will be, what your organization should be on the lookout for, and what public policy agenda items can be accomplished and which face a more unlikely future.
Our CQ and Roll Call experts will discuss:
- How the makeup of the 118th Congress will shape policy and what the key legislative and regulatory priorities will be
- The likelihood of current bills on the table being passed
- Current and potential breakthrough policy to keep an eye on that could impact your organization in 2023
- The biggest themes and issues Congress will tackle in 2023
- Peter Cohn is CQ Roll Call’s budget and tax policy editor. For over two decades he’s been in the middle of covering the biggest legislative fights on Capitol Hill, starting his career right here at CQ before moving to National Journal. Pete took a hiatus from journalism to work in various roles helping both K Street and Wall Street understand the intersection of politics and policy and analyze the impact of federal legislation and regulation, before rejoining CQ Roll Call in 2017 — just in time for the biggest tax code overhaul since 1986.
- Kate Ackley is a senior staff writer for CQ Roll Call where she covers House and Senate races, political money and lobbying campaigns and contributes to Roll Call’s At the Races newsletter. She has won several awards for her news coverage and columns, including the National Press Club’s 2018 Lee Walczak Award for Political Analysis for a cover story about the dramatic increase in women donating to federal candidates in the 2017-2018 election cycle. Recent TV appearances include C-SPAN, MSNBC and Fox5. Originally from Denver, she lives in Northeast Washington, D.C., and is a graduate of the University of Colorado-Boulder.
- Moderated by Jason Dick, CQ 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. Prior to 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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