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Election Recounts Won't Change Result

Governance / Press Release November 28, 2016

The changes in the vote totals since the initial reporting stem from two major factors: absentee ballots and provisional ballots.

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What Does a Trump Presidency Mean for Infrastructure?

Sarah Kline, Andy Winkler / Blog November 22, 2016

Infrastructure enjoys support on both sides of the aisle. As attention turns to 2017, what might a Trump infrastructure proposal look like?

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Lame Duck: What and When?

Steve Bell, Ashley Ridlon / Blog November 14, 2016

Perhaps it is time to put the vitriol of the election behind us and find a constructive path forward on critical issues with bipartisan momentum.

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Under Trump, A New Dynamic for U.S.-Turkish Relations

Nicholas Danforth / Blog November 11, 2016

There is undoubtedly a sense that Trump is someone with whom Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan can do business.

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Banking regulations face rollbacks under Trump administration

Finance / News November 9, 2016

The banking industry is poised to benefit from Republicans lawmakers having a newly elected president from their side of the aisle to sign financial regulatory relief bills into law.

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Addressing Unauthorized Immigrants in America

Lazaro Zamora / Blog November 4, 2016

Both parties will likely need to concede parts of their agenda and conceive of new ideas and proposals to break the political deadlock and build trust.

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Voting Officials Are Fed Up With Donald Trump’s Talk Of A ‘Rigged’ Election

Governance / News October 27, 2016

Donald Trump has talked and tweeted extensively about the so-called “rigged” U.S. election, and voting officials have just about had enough.

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The Political Obstacles to Immigration Reform

Theresa Cardinal Brown / Blog October 21, 2016

Getting immigration legislation to the president’s desk will require overcoming several political obstacles that have doomed reform attempts in the past.

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Presidential Candidates Dodge Debt Elephant in the Room—Again

Steve Bell, Ben Ritz / Blog October 20, 2016

Driven by demographics and a historically slow recovery, America finds itself reaching debt levels unparalleled in seven decades.

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Analyzing the 2016 Election

Governance / November 15, 2016 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. ET

One week after the election, BPC hosted pollsters Whit Ayres and Mark Mellman, and Wall Street Journal reporter Janet Hook to analyze the election results.

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