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2013 Report Recap

Monday, January 13, 2014

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2013 was an interesting year for bipartisanship. It saw a mix of government gridlock as well as bipartisan resolutions. The Bipartisan Budget Agreement, a step in the right direction, was a highly visible example of a stalemate leading to cooperation. Despite the gridlock, policy debates on energy, housing, and health, just to name a few, continued and the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) contributed to the discussion through its research.

Here are some reports you might have missed in 2013:

“It is important to emphasize at the outset that the actions we propose in each of these areas should be viewed as a package—no single Energy Board member necessarily agrees with each individual recommendation in isolation. Taken together, however, we believe this set of recommendations provides the blueprint for a balanced and effective plan for enhancing the nation’s prosperity, energy security, and sustainable environmental quality in the 21st century.”

Bringing experts with different political views to the table has always been a priority for BPC, and 2014 will be no different.

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BPC research in 2013 covered everything from the debt limit to immigration reform to U.S.-Turkey policy