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Health Care Reform Implementation Update – April 26, 2013

Marilyn Tavenner received bipartisan support from members of the Senate Committee on Finance in her confirmation hearing to lead the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) though a full Senate vote is being held up, the president released his

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Posted in ACA, Articles, Budget, CMS, Health Care Reform Implementation Updates, HHS, Medicaid expansion, Medicare, Medicare Advantage, Washington, D.C.

Infrastructure Alert – April 17, 2013

Last week, President Obama released his FY2014 budget, outlining several proposals to fund new infrastructure programs.  The budget proposes $40 billion for “Fix it First” projects to repair existing infrastructure, as well as $10 billion for new infrastructure spending.  The

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Posted in Amtrak, Articles, Budget, dredging, FAA, gas tax, Infrastructure, Infrastructure Bank, sequestration, Washington, D.C., WRDA

Infrastructure Alert – March 26, 2013

This Friday, President Obama will visit the Port of Miami. On July 19, 2012, President Obama put the Port of Miami on his “We Can’t Wait” list of expedited infrastructure projects to instruct the Army Corps of Engineers to deepen

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Posted in antitrust, Articles, Budget, continuing resolution, dredging, FAA, gas tax, Internet sales tax, MAP-21, public-private partnership, railroads, TSA, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Washington, D.C., WRDA

Budget Chicken

It’s hard to believe that Congress is again playing chicken over another government shutdown. Do they actually think they can keep doing this and that it’s going to do anything other than further damage public confidence? Lost in the the

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Posted in Articles, Budget, Government Shutdown, Howard Schweitzer, Super Committee, Washington, D.C.
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