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An Evening with Senator Olympia Snowe and Secretary Dan Glickman

Governance / January 22, 2015 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. ET

BPC hosted a conversation on political reform with former Senator Olympia Snowe and former Secretary of Agriculture Dan Glickman, co-chairs of the Commission on Political Reform.

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2013: A Year of Bipartisan Moments at BPC

Abbey Brandon / Blog January 6, 2014

We know partisanship is popular and conflict tends to be celebrated, but at BPC, 2013 was all about putting policy before politics. We’re taking a final look back at the top moments from another busy year at BPC.

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Setting the Example: Women Politicians Leading the Way

Governance / Blog November 7, 2013

The women of the U.S. Senate persevere in their tradition of interacting past the work day, setting an example for a divided Washington

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What’s the Matter With Washington?

Governance / Blog October 15, 2013

Last week, former Senator and BPC Senior Fellow Olympia Snowe participated in The Daily Beast’s Hero Summit in Washington, D.C., on a panel examining the importance of political courage. Snowe joined BPC founder and former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell as…

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A Snapshot from BPC’s Town Hall Conversation on Public Service

Governance / Blog August 15, 2013

The Bipartisan Policy Center’s (BPC) Commission on Political Reform encouraged Americans to engage in public service and reached out to Americans through an online photo contest to see how citizens serve their communities. We asked participants to answer the question:…

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Reflections on the Commission on Political Reform’s Town Hall on Public Service

Governance / Blog July 29, 2013

On Tuesday, July 23, the Commission on Political Reform hosted a National Conversation on Public Service at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia. This event was the second in a series of national conversations highlighting opportunities for reform of our…

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