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Former Senate Aide Works on Conservation in Energy Sector

Eric Washburn, who spent a decade on the Hill working for two Democratic leaders, has joined Bracewell & Giuliani's Policy Resolution Group.

Winners and Losers in the Money Race

McConnell, Landrieu, and Hagan do well. Begich and Walsh, not so much.

Are We Heading Back Toward $1 Trillion Budget Deficits?

Congressional auditors urge lawmakers to alter tax and spending policies to prevent a fiscal fiasco.  

Boehner Heads to Afghanistan

House Republicans visit following Afghan election.

The Capitol Dome's First Makeover in 55 Years Has Begun

The iconic structure, badly in need of repair, has entered the first phases of its renovation.

I’ll Pay for College, But It’s Not a Loan

Who needs a student loan when you can apportion your future income to an investor?

Making Bike Share Work

Bike share may be coming of age in the United States. Just don't expect to make money off of it.

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Former Senate Aide Works on Conservation in Energy Sector

Eric Washburn, who spent a decade on the Hill working for two Democratic leaders, has joined Bracewell & Giuliani's Policy Resolution Group.

Winners and Losers in the Money Race

McConnell, Landrieu, and Hagan do well. Begich and Walsh, not so much.

Are We Heading Back Toward $1 Trillion Budget Deficits?

Congressional auditors urge lawmakers to alter tax and spending policies to prevent a fiscal fiasco.  

The Capitol Dome's First Makeover in 55 Years Has Begun

The iconic structure, badly in need of repair, has entered the first phases of its renovation.

I’ll Pay for College, But It’s Not a Loan

Who needs a student loan when you can apportion your future income to an investor?

Making Bike Share Work

Bike share may be coming of age in the United States. Just don't expect to make money off of it.

Why Equal Pay for Equal Work Won't Cut It

Democrats are trying to improve the gender pay gap, but their plan comes up short.

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