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Mehlman 2022 Election Analysis

November 21, 2022

(CNN): The Devil You Know Election: “In a slide deck seeking to understand what happened in the 2022 election, Republican lobbyist Bruce Mehlman wrote: ‘Voters sought stability at a time of height...

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In HELP’s top Republican, K Street hopes for a dealmaker

November 18, 2022

Lobbyists are ready for Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) to lead Republicans on the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee — touting him as a dealmaker who can work across party l...

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Telehealth: “Should I Stay or Should I Go…?”

August 17, 2022

Up until a few years ago, the prevailing perception of telehealth was that it was some futuristic, Jetson-like nice-to-have for a limited set of use cases. Of course, this was misguided, but it r...

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The View from The Corner Office

June 16, 2022

As an expert on America’s complex health care system, Dean Rosen G’90, L’90 says health care became his focus by accident, but has endured because of his work’s important interplay and interse...

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Washington’s Most Influential People

May 3, 2022

Washington’s Most Influential People: THE 250 EXPERTS AND ADVOCATES—OUTSIDE THE GOVERNMENT—WHO’LL BE SHAPING THE POLICY DEBATES OF THE YEARS TO COME. There’s an old story about a senator ...

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POLITICO Influence: ‘Telehealth Cliff’ Draws Lobbying From Nontraditional Players

February 11, 2022

POLITICO Influence: ‘Telehealth Cliff’ Draws Lobbying From Nontraditional Players ‘TELEHEALTH CLIFF’ DRAWS LOBBYING FROM NONTRADITIONAL PLAYERS: “Ahead of an election-year spending sho...

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Down to the Wire: What to Expect as Congress Hurdles Towards Critical December Deadlines

November 15, 2021

Down to the Wire: What to Expect as Congress Hurdles Towards Critical December Deadlines True to form, the nation’s most infamous procrastinating governmental body finds itself bumping up on severa...

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Bipartisan wins are there for the taking

September 10, 2021

Reports of the death of bipartisanship in Washington are greatly exaggerated. From making drinking water safer to improving surface transportation to declaring Juneteenth a federal holiday, lawmakers ...

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Black Men Are Missing from Washington’s Key Power Centers

July 28, 2021

About the authors: Paul N.D. Thornell is a principal at Mehlman Castagnetti Rosen & Thomas and a board member of the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies. Larry Parks is chair of the Po...

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