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Where corporate tax reform will go next year
Budget Battle Is Likely to Heat Up Next Year
GOP senators battle for Budget gavel
Ryan set for collision course with Obama
Can the Republicans balance the budget?
Launch of the Personal Savings Initiative
Rapid Growth in U.S. Military Personnel Costs Driven by Pay and Benefit Increases
America: Produce Defense, Not Retirement
Murray and Ryan Propose New Commission on Evidence-based Policymaking
To the 114th Congress: Choose National Security and Growth over Sequester
Think tank proposes 40 options to change ethanol mandate
BPC report examines 40 possible options to reform RFS
GOP gains put nuclear power back on the table
Good News on Energy
How the new Congress can speed U.S. energy independence
Navigating the Oil Frontier: The Implications of the Tight Oil Boom on Arctic and Ultra-Deepwater Oil Development
Natural Gas Infrastructure and Methane Emissions
Clean Power Plan Comments Map
10 Policy Proposals to Improve the Renewable Fuel Standard
Driving Resources into Energy Innovation
Don’t break up banks — let Dodd-Frank work, experts say
Future of Dodd-Frank uncertain if Republicans win
Behind big banks profits, a sea change
Window closing for Obama to fill Federal Reserve board
Fed should be able to grant emergency loans, experts say
Dodd-Frank at Four: Making Progress, Meeting Challenges & Finding Solutions
Responding to Systemic Risk: Restoring the Balance
Pocket Policy: Do New Payments Technologies Need New Rules?
What to Watch for: FSOC’s December 18 Meeting
What We’re Reading in Financial Regulatory Reform, December 12
Ex-Senate leaders explain why Congress can’t get things done
Christian Science Monitor Breakfast with Tom Daschle and Trent Lott
Trent Lott’s advice to Mitch McConnell: ‘Deal sternly’ with GOP obstructionists
Want bipartisanship? Look to energy, former Senate leaders say
In Search of the Compromise Caucus
Confronting the Myths: The Truth about Common Core
Letter and Statement to the House Rules Subcommittee on Legislative & Budget Process on Biennial Budgeting
Bipartisan Redistricting Takes a Big Step Forward in Ohio
A Path Forward: What’s Next for the Divided States of America
Governing in a Polarized America
Bill Frist: Time to advance a new oversight framework for health IT
Lawmakers Introduce Bill To Ease FDA Oversight of EHRs, Health IT
U.S. House books busy health IT agenda for January
Karen DeSalvo: Candid feedback on HIT regulations, policies crucial
An Obamacare program helped poor kids and saved money. It was also doomed to fail.
Delivery System Reform: Transitioning from Volume to Value
Access to Federal Health Data: A Key Imperative for Improving Health and Health Care
Promoting Innovation; Protecting Patient Safety: Advancing Use of Technology in Health Care
Building Better Health: Innovative Strategies from America’s Business Leaders
Teaching Nutrition and Physical Activity in Medical School: Training Doctors for Prevention-Oriented Care
Julián Castro’s Priorities for 2015
New HUD chief Castro is ready to start pushing homeownership
Even credit-worthy borrowers struggle to get a mortgage
Here’s where expert economists think housing is going
New HUD Secretary outlines his vision for last years of Obama Administration
A Conversation with HUD Secretary Donovan
Leaders of BPC Housing Commission Encourage Senators Johnson and Crapo to Move Forward on Housing Finance Legislation
Moving the Homeownership Needle
Reform Initiatives Hold Promise for the Housing Market
2014 Housing Summit
What immigration reform means for housing
Obama Stays the Course on Immigration as Pressure Mounts
Conservatives Warn That GOP Must Act On Immigration, Not Just Attack Obama
Two Prominent Democrats Float Idea Of Delaying Immigration Actions
Anger Over Executive Action Is No Excuse For GOP Stalling, Politicians Say
Children and the Crisis at the Border
Child Migration by the Numbers
Obama’s Executive Action on Immigration Explained
6 Key Questions on Ebola Screening and Immigration
A good deal with Iran requires Congress
Defense-spending cuts stir fear
Tom Kean on addressing the threat of homegrown terrorism
US, Turkey at Odds Over Strategy Against Islamic State
Pakistan’s Lessons for Turkey
America, Poland and the Future of Transatlantic Relations
Iran Nuclear Negotiations Crash Course
HSYK Elections and the Future of Judicial Independence in Turkey
BPC Applauds Increased Funding for Cybersecurity in the FY2015 Omnibus Appropriations Act
President Erdogan: Prospects for a Strong Presidency
Jason Grumet, founder and president of BPC, is respected on both sides of the aisle for his innovative approach to improving government effectiveness. Grumet’s first book, City of Rivals: Restoring the Glorious Mess of American Democracy, was released in September 2014.
Senior Fellow, Former U.S. Senator from Maine
Olympia Snowe is a BPC senior fellow and co-chairs its Commission on Political Reform. With her election to the U.S. Senate in 1994, Snowe began an 18-year career in the Senate. She was the first woman in U.S. history to serve in both houses of a state legislature and both houses of Congress.
Former Secretary of State
Condoleezza Rice co-chairs BPC’s Immigration Task Force. She is currently a professor of political economy in the Stanford Graduate School of Business and a professor of political science at Stanford University. From January 2005-2009, Rice served as the 66th Secretary of State.
Former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
Henry Cisneros co-chairs BPC’s Housing Commission and BPC’s Immigration Task Force. In 1981, Cisneros became the first Hispanic-American mayor of a major U.S. city, San Antonio, Texas. In 1992, President Clinton appointed Cisneros to be Secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Co-Founder, Former U.S. Senate Majority Leader
Tom Daschle was elected to the U.S. Senate in 1986 and was chosen as Senate Democratic leader in 1994. Senator Daschle is one of the longest serving Senate Democratic leaders in history and the only one to serve twice as both Majority and Minority Leader.
Senior Fellow, Former U.S. Senate Majority Leader
Trent Lott is a BPC senior fellow, and he co-chairs its Commission on Political Reform and Energy Project. Lott served in Congress on behalf of the people of the state of Mississippi for 35 years. Elected to the Senate in 1988, he became the Senate’s 16th majority leader in 1996.
Thomas H. Kean
Former 9/11 Commission Co-Chair, Former Governor of New Jersey
Thomas H. Kean is former governor of New Jersey (1982 to 1990). As governor, he served on the President’s Education Policy Advisory Committee and as chair of the Education Commission of the States and the National Governor’s Association Task Force on Teaching.
Senior Fellow, Former Secretary of Agriculture
Dan Glickman is a BPC senior fellow, and he co-chairs its Commission on Political Reform, Democracy Project, Prevention Initiative, and Task Force on Defense Budget and Strategy. Glickman served as the U.S. secretary of agriculture from March 1995 until January 2001.
Pete V. Domenici
Senior Fellow, Former U.S. Senator from New Mexico
Pete V. Domenici is a BPC senior fellow, and he co-chaired its Debt Reduction Task Force, Health Care Cost Containment Initiative, and Task Force on Defense Budget and Strategy. Domenici served as a senator from New Mexico longer than any other person.