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Don Wolfensberger – Russia sanctions bill: A tale of two signing statements

National Security / News August 9, 2017

President Donald J. Trump was so taken aback by the overwhelming support in Congress for a sanctions bill aimed at Russia.

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Refugee Admissions Under the Trump Administration

Theresa Cardinal Brown / Blog June 30, 2017

Upheavals and reversals in U.S. refugee policy have caused a measure of uncertainty in just how many refugees will be allowed entry into the United States.

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Webcast Only | Immigration and the Supreme Court

Immigration / June 29, 2017 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. ET

Two of President Trump’s most debated and high-profile immigration initiatives – the so-called “travel ban” and the withholding of funding from sanctuary cities – have been put on hold by federal courts. The administration has vowed to take the issues…

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Jason Grumet: Now we begin Trump’s next 100 days

Governance / News May 1, 2017

Jason Grumet, founder and president of the Bipartisan Policy Center, writes about what President Trump’s next 100 days in office may look like.

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How Quickly Could Obamacare Be Erased?

Health / News November 9, 2016

Trump says the private market should step in with the sale of insurance plans across state lines to help drive down costs through competition.

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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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Temporary Worker Programs: Stumbling Blocks to a Stronger Workforce

Hunter Hallman / Blog October 3, 2016

Temporary visa reform may be an excellent place to start if the next president is looking for bipartisan support to spur momentum on moving legislation through Congress.

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Immigration Reform: Campaign Politics, SCOTUS, and the Path Forward

Immigration / July 11, 2016 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m. ET

While any reform in Congress has taken a back seat to election-year politics in 2016, some lawmakers have already hinted at pushing for reform after the election.

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The 26th Amendment Turns 45

Matthew Weil / Blog June 30, 2016

With Independence Day upon us, we look back at an often overlooked bipartisan expansion of voting rights in this country.

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BPC Immigration Task Force Statement on Supreme Court Decision in U.S. v. Texas

Immigration / Press Release June 23, 2016

Washington, D.C. – Today the Supreme Court, in a 4-4 tie, failed to reach a decision in the case filed by Texas and other states against President Obama’s executive actions to defer removal of certain unauthorized immigrants in the United States….

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