Monthly Archives: October 2010

Health Care Reform Implementation Update

 Last Monday, a federal judge in Virginia said he would rule before the end of the year on whether the health reform legislation violates the Constitution. The judge conceded that his ruling would likely be just a small step on

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Posted in CMI, CMS, HHS, Joe L. Barton, Kathleen Sebelius, Medicaid, Medicare, Michael C. Burgess, National Associate of Insurance Commissioners, PPACA, Washington, D.C.

My Interview With Carl Weisbrod Tonight on CUNY-TV

The fifteenth season of the public affairs television show CityWide, which I host, kicks off tonight with an interview with Carl Weisbrod, president of Trinity Real Estate, and formerly the president of the Dowtown Alliance and the City’s Economic Development

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Who Are The Angry Voters?

Our firm had an all-attorney retreat in Orlando over the weekend, and the keynote speaker was national pollster John Zogby. He had a number of important insights drawn from his current work and the trends in his book The Way

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Posted in Federal Reserve Bank, Joe Sestak, John Zogby, New York, Pat Toomey, Paul Krugman, Pennsylvania Senate Race, Tea Party
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